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Title:
Haiti sun
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date:
October 29, 1950

Subjects

Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Haiti -- Port-au-Prince

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Sept. 1950.
General Note:
"The Haitian English language newspaper."

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00391


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THE HA i AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE


Rdpublique d'Haiti


SALE OF PANAMA LINER TRAGIC
The Haiti Sun has received information from a source close tq the
U;S. Maritme Commission in Washington that a plan is being studied
which contemplates the salp of one of the vessels of the Panama Line.
Such a sale would not permit the Line to continue it's presenf-week-
Sly service to Haiti and the schedule would probably be changed to a
call every 10 or 12 days. I
The 'Merchant -Marine Act of 1936, under which the construction
and operation of the U.S .Merchant Marine has proceeded for 20 years
calls for subsidies being granted to all U.S. Steamship Companies
which operate ships on a regular, necessary run and to tankers, for
instance, whidh have some features which are useful to the Navy or
defense of the U.S.
The Panama Line is close to being the only American Flag ships
on a steady schedule and probably the only Passenger ships under any
flag in the World which does not receive a 'subsidy. Therefore our
source is at a loss to understand why, since it costs the U.S. Govern-
minent nothing to, service Haiti With the Panama Line, a cut in the
service is being planned. It is thought that if any change is to be
made, now is the time to -expand the service of this Steamship Line,
which, by contributing somewhat to the Haitian economy, may be con-
sidered an asset to all parties 'concerned.

HAIT MAKES SMiONG PROTEST

Shooting 10 Rebels Police Chief
At Haitian Embassy In Havana
Strains Diplomatic Relations
Diplomatic relations between Cuba and Haiti are badly strai-
ned this week as a result of a' gun battle' in the Haitian Em-
bassy at. Havana Which cost the lives of ten rebels and the
Chief of Cuba's National Police.
In a Press Conference at the shooting took place at the Hai-
Foreign Office, Tuesday ;at 11,!30 tian Embassy, only a cook and
AIL, Minister Joseph' 7). Charles houseboy were on the premises.
Told newsmen that IMoriday at Cuba's First Minister Jorge Gar'
1:00 P.M., armed men in uniform cia Monte, and Minister of State
had VoQted lhe. Haitian Embassy Gonzalo GQuell made a hurried
and shot -and killed ten Cubans call to the Embassy to present
who had taken refuge 'in the Em- their excuses after the. shooting.
bassy.' The version,.-that the Haitian
Tbe ,FQreign,-Minister, deploring Ambassado9 had made a call to
the afair, explained. that six ol the police which was widely cir-
thp de.d refugees had taken asy- culated in Havana, was emphati-
lu. i_, the Embassy three months cally denied by the Haitian State
Ago, and4 ,sauf conduit, had been Department and by the Ambassa-
obtain.ed, for them to leave the dor.
e ountry. They were waiting for Ambassador Pierre L. Rigaud
their-:visas. The other four refu- arrived here Thuisday from Ha-
Sgeesh bad 'entered -the. Embassy vana, but could not be reached
foncday nouning at 7-0 A.M. for a statement before press time
General Solas Canizares, Cuban Friday.
National Police Chief, .reportedly Ambassador Jacques Francois
surrounded the Haitian Embassy arrived in Havana Sunday, the
in the suburb of Miramar and per eve of. the shooting, to take up
; sonally led his men into the' Em- his post as Ambassador to Cuba,
,; bassy. In the battle that followed, and had not had the time to pre-
S.he was wounded and died Wed- sent -his credentials to President
. nesday night from six bullets in Fulgencia Batista.
the abdomen and one in the head. President of Cuba Cables Presi-
SThe ten men who had sought dent of Haiti.
asylum in the Embassy were kill-t
ed. President Batista has cabled
President Magloire his regrets.
!: The shooting came when Cuba;s -
Sarmed forces were busy rounding
16dp oppositionists after the Sunday Venezuela To Build
a morning',s shooting to death of New Port au Prince
'.the Chief of Military Intelligence
'.Service Colonel Antonio Blanco Tet-Age Airport
Rico, as he left the Montmarte
Night Club in the company of A new airport will be built and
,tour other people, three of whom financed by Venezuela, reported
:;are in the hospital in critical con- "La Phalange' in its Wednesday
j/ edition. They were riddled by edition.
h:..inachine gun bullets as they left The Catholic Daily said: -A con-
the swank Havana night club. siderable effort will be made in
It is reported that when the favor of Tourism in Haiti. It has
been decided to build a new mo-
dern airport at a short distance
from the Capital. Venezuela will
U.S. GOES TO POLLS. finance the execution of the pro-
The U.S. goes to the polls this ject which is estimated to cost ap-
.. Tuesday to elect a new President. (Continued on page 2)

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HIGH SPEED CONSTRULAION

'MINOTERIE TO MB

EARLY 1957-- SAY
Travellers on the Port-au-Prince -
look seawards on the stretch of straight
plantation, before' Cabaret, can expect
the magnitude of mighty steel and con
ing near "the seashore.


A great 130-ft., 7-storey mill is
the -dramatic centerpiece of the
new scene.
Part of a project which will have.
cost in the vicinity of five million
dollars upon completion early
next yeat; it has more important
implications than that of provid-
ing a striking backdrop for the
lush tropical scenery.
Planned to revolutionize the
flour business in Haiti, it is a mill
which is the first tangible result
of a budding partnership between
Texas Oil millionaire Clint Mur-
chison, Washington lawyer Roy
AMBASSADOR DAVIS
OFF TO D.C. FOR
2 WEEKS


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Ambassador Roy Tasco Davis pic accic
left Port-au-Prince Satur, road at "
clay morning at 10:20 by Pan Attormn
American plane for a two-week fractured
stay in Washington. Hospital
Embassy officials here said that er he fe
Mr. Davis' visit is being made prin nault car
cipally for personal reasons but the hard
that he expects to be able to call The yc
on Haitian Ambassador Mauclair ing to to
Z6phirin and colleagues in the e.-nds fror
US. Department of State. basses in
Ambassador Davis expects to small Re
return to his duties here about Ihe stradd
Nov. 17. Mrs. Davis will .remain from whi
in Port-au-Prince during. his ab- the auto
sence. -


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s~ddpt oyecl their;
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Members of the Haitian. ed Cross, .. -
St. Marc highway who Department of terrorr,': Pubie :.
ht road admist the sisal Health Service, Haitian Army the; :
a startling surprise at Reynolds Haitian Mines and the, "
create constructions ris- Public Health lMedical team made 4_
up of Drs. St. Victor and Fbugere.' :
2 internes of the general H hospitall
and 2 Sanitary Officers.earried me'.
[Iman Cecil V. Hagan and dical'supplies along'with eniiigeni
SM. A. Grebe. cy food. supplies on the iS&Ran-'' .;
ly is it the biggest indus- nab e' :
)ject undertaken in the ~.
since the building of Reynolds Haitian Mines, from-.Ai'.t
ent factory a few miles their Headquarters in Miragoane. ,
along the coast, but it will dispatched their motor-lauan'b and" "
nost modern flour mill in company medical team with emer-
ricas. goency medicine to the area'Thurs-.. 'A,
(Continued on page 3) day as soon as conditions were re-
--- ported. Mr. Jack Ryan. the Hey-, '
S nolds Manager sailed South with
ig Lawyer the relief team Friday morning. .i -'
Few reports from other sectors:.
ped uif of the Republic were on hand Fri-,.
Dt ie hverea hel day night because of. lack ofCi n 'i
: rDaie st a munications. t e *'
al services were held aian-es-- "'
at the Cathedrale Notre ':}
r lawyer Raymond Deni- C ba Bury d .
awas the victim of a tra-
lent on the Carrefour Police Chief
Deniza/d died of' a Apoloigze to Haiti A4
skull at the General t ea
Sunday seven hours aft- HAVANA Cuba went into, ."
i1 off the back of a Re- days of mourning Thursday o'ver ".,
and struck his head on the death of its national polee ,
asphalt pavement, chief and apologized to Haiti for :
nung lawyer was return- the gun battle inside the Ha.an '
tvn with a group of fri- embassy. .
n a ?fete' at Aux Calle- Every possible precaution was
Carrefour and as the taken to prevent more shooljng ,
nault was overcrowded Thursday afternoon at the funer-
lied the rear bumper-bar al of Gen. Rafael Salbs Canizares. "_
ch he was thrown when Colon Cemetery was patrolled
hit a hole in the road by dozens of police a and secret .
(Continued on page 2) (onfinedton page 20)




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"' 'PAGE 2 HAITI SUN Sunday, November 4th 1957
--,-.,.... .____ ______ ,_, __ ___ '--.-.--- --- _____...__ na. _ome t 19 ..."

: "-' ELtCTORAL LAW DECREE YOUNG--LAWYER Birthday Gift: Bottle Grant Scotch Whiskey
Kiy. ISSUED BY PRESIDENT
S:. BUMPED OFF CAR
': The Ptkesident of the Republic And with the agreement of the b ed f a
o. issued' a decree duly signed by Council of Secretaries of State; (Continued froi. page 1)
]' all the Secretaries of State rela-
4,tive to the opening of primary as- DECREE: z.ear the Coast Guard Stat.n


















i:^.y o tteo h Itror.ac. Iea hen oast iGuayresetd Stati on. Mnd
semblies on January 13, 1957 for Article I Thb Primary As- He-passed away without regain:>
:.the election of Senators. semblies will be held in all the Ing consciousness.
OThe Decree territory of the Republic on Sun-
S Considering articles 79, 125 and day, January 13, 1957. The tragic death of the young
1i26 of the Constittion; Article 2 Their mission will and popular lawyer came as a
A: .Considering Atticle B of the be to elect, in the manner pres- shock to the Capital where he
'.. transitory dispositions of the Cons cribed by the law, the Senators of was highly esteemed. He leaves *
titution; the Republic. to mourn his loss his parents Mr
S... '.Considering the Electoral Law Article 3 The organizations and Mrs Remusat DIenizard, se-
..of July 17, 1954, modified by the authorized will take all the neces- veral brothers and sistei-s, Mr
.,l laws of October 8, 1954 and Oc- sary measures within the limits of and Mrs. Wiener, Lys Denizard,
K- jbi r)l.1 1956; the Law and the Constitution, for Serge, Claude, Fritz and Gladys
: Considering that it is the role the accomplishment of the for- Dlenizard, and ahost of relatives
:'of the Executive Power to pres-r malities required. and friends.
Scribe, in the limitsof the Consti" Article 4 The present decree
""tin apd. the Elecoral law above will b, published and executed HAITI SUN a presents its
,: .ldait all the necessary dis- upon the-diligence of the Secre- smtmpathies and condolences to'
Sptids fo the accomplishment tary of State of the Interior the. bereaved family, to the Bar
R.: of the preliminary operations Issued at the National Palace, Associatioriof which he was a Lawyer ith Godefroy vs surprised wth a bole o Gant Scotc
concerning the session of the Pri- in Port-au-Prince, on October 30, member and to the Direction and Whiskey this week ro Haii Trading CompanyL. Melle Godefrtoy who
30,'*XRytandegnerLsi ae..ls igt r ecu h omr Whskeniy Cthoisee fcounHati r adingA Coampagny. Sel Gode lrqoy h
mary Assemblies. 1956. Personnel of 'La Douane de Port works i-. the Leger Cabinet had her name drten in the weekly Tirage
On the report of -the Secretary The 153rd year of the Indepen- au-Prince, where he was an effi- of persons celebrating birthdays during the week. Her birthday was
: of State of the Interimor; dance. cient and highly respected em- on tlonday.
ployee.
"0 .. s eneultablT o Buri ad works will start in Sarthe, in-the
.. XMODERN X-RAT UNIT INSTALLED New (Au Lincolne Pri nc e Cul-de-$ac plain.
SR rNew Port au rince The plans of the new airport
i%.AT CENTRE MEDICAL DE P-AU-P (Continued f7rom page 1) have been studied by Engineer
.- .. .. .. Store Opens Today proximatively $3,000,000. This mo- Carl Pasey, a specialist of the.
... ,.?p ,l ... es ney will be advanced to the Hal-State Department. The runway'
.. 1::.;- -Mrs Edward Baker and her ftian Government by a Venezuelan will be 800 meters long. Built
.]. "-. ". colleagues are opening the new enterprise. -Moya y CGib is the according to the latest develop-
...-: Au Lincoln Grocery' Store today. name of the firm that has been cit- meats in airfield construction
.... .The old 19th century edifice will ed. techniques the airport will be
now be totn down to make room It has been reported that the able to receive jets and other pla
fo aa parin lot ineae front of the di
for a parking lot in front of the ~ficials of both parties are dis- nes equipped with turbo-reactor.
modern store on Avenue John cussing the project. The represen- After the signing of the con-
Brown. Old timers recall that the tatuves of the Venezuelan Compa- tract between/ the Haitian Govern-
old building once housed the best ny were in Port-au-Prince recently ment and the Company several
restaurant in town where you As soon as the, modalities concern- technicians will arrive from
could eat well for one Gourde. ing the financing of the project abroad to control the -execution
&are decided upon the preliminary of the works..
GUATEMALAN ANN 3ASSADOR GIVES
New Guest-House DINER TYW'f(iJLFn THUSDAY NIGHT

Restaurant The Minister of Guatemal and Dulces: Chilacagotes E Higos
Senora Roberto H. Valle Calvo en- Cubiertos Y Zapote
,pens In Bourdoa tertained more than fifty guests Gran Vin de Bordeaux Blanc -
at a -Diner Typique Guatemalte- Via Le Pepite
Hotelman AiMm Pereque and his iue, in their Musseau residence
wife Ninon inaugurated their Bour on Thursday evening. This tradi- Gran Vin de Bordeaux Rouge -
500'Milliamperes. X-Ray Diagnostic Unit recently intalled-at -the don Guest House, Restaurant and tional Guatemalan fiesta is obser- Vin Cherbois
Centre Medical de Port-au-Prince,, Rue Capois, by General Electric Bar with a reception from 5 to 7 ved in this Central American es-
X-Ray. trained engineer. Leslie Canez. last night. Mr. Pereque who former- sentially Catholic country on All Champagne Sec Vve Cliquot
Dr .Lion eblon -owner and Dr. Raymond Hypponte who recently ly managed Hotel Castelhaiti, has Saints' Day, on November 1st Cafe Haitien
retui-ned from a trip to France where he specialized for a year in given the renovated and modernS-" each year.
X-Ray are seen looking over the unit with Engineer Canez. ed building of the old 'Caraibes Senora Caivo who received con-
.The unit is a General Electric -Maxicon 500. equipped with spot Hotel' the original name of 'A- The Minister and his charming gatulations for the excellent
film device and rotating anode tube. It is a radiographic-fluoroscopic berge Au Clou d'Or Kotisseric., wife offered a choice menu of pa- choice of her typical Guatemala
late-flattering Guatemalan delica- as e a r ca m d b h
A combination unit that is equipped with 2 tubes. laefatrn utmlndlc-Idishes was proclaimed by the
The table is motor driven and the i eue d w ies to their guests, grouped at gdests a *Cordon Bleu'. She has
a synchronoes a r a en n the latter'l exurpe s ofh 10 t All sorts of French specialities, small tables for four and six per- consented to share ter special re-
impulse; permitting charcoal-roasted chickens, and a sons, and moved from table to Icipe for -Tamal Coloradon served
of a'second. French Chef are the special at- :able during each course to ex- on banana leaves and proclaimed
.: ""tractions of the Percque's *cuisi- plain the dish being served. by Ambassador Roy Tasco Davis
C4 AOe.- A rustic bar, zippy cocktails as the best he ever tasted. Mrs.
TO!-A FOR MEN and fine wines, at moderate prices Tamal Colorado Calvo's *recipe will be translated
flY. AT4LIT 7 ,will be offered to guests aXid di- Fiambre Loano Adobado from the Spanish and published
HUYQUALITYners.., Platano En Mole in our next issue.

Al. LIQUIDATION PRICES
A.
These Values Are Exceptional And TWO FLIGHTS DAILY TO
Can Not Be Repeated Again ?/AM
$ LINEN SU2TNG 2.50 Now $ 1.80 IU "
LINEN 2.00 Now 1.60 9 /.*f3
.. PAL BEACH 3.20 Now 2.80
,' ANL EC 3E.20 ./ ON MAGNIFICENT SUPER-6 CLIPPERS'
"~FANCY GABERDI NE 5.00 Now 4.00
i' PLAIN GABERDINE 5.00 Now 4.00 -, $0
TROPICAL, PURE WOOL 7.50 Now 5.00 (.lS., ROUND TRIP '
TRDOSKIN PURE WOOL 10.00 Now 9.00 30 Day Excursion Fore
ASIMIR PURE WOOL. 12.00 Now 10.00 -r See your Travel Agent or




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HAITI SUN


MINOTERIE TO MILL FLOUR willtravel to the top of the build-
ing for weighing and discharging
EARLY 1957-SAY BUILDERS into storage sos

7 -Local Personahfites
S Engineer Max Dennis, a. ,Vice-
President of the Haitian Society
Minoterie, S.A., is giving his full
time and experience to the build-
Sing l and development of the Flour
*Zs, M ill.
t ,I General Manager
.5. e t 15 One of the most capable men
1 0 in the milling industry, Mr. E.
n S. Gilbert late of Milwaukee, also
hih.a vice-president will be the mill's
General Manager.
the rllerMr. Gilbert whd for the past
28 years has worked in everytype
ot mill and handled every kind
J lof wheat is one of the foremost
authorities in the milling trade in
l the U.S and Canada explained to
the Sun, that this mill will em-
S ploy a staff of a hundred to a
VlIPs at the job site -iinterna:ional Processors' Jack mHul, Deputy hundred and fifty
Andr6Jeanty, the mills General Manager E. S. Gilbert, Company's local Starting this week, Mr. Gilbert
Aicedreadentyee millsrenerd a Maraere E. S. Gnd ibtert Compay'o s lol will take up the role of professor
oice president engineerr Max Den his and Tecono's Moorl. and instruct four young Haitians
S(Continued from, paGoe 1) in the mysteries of milling. Ju-
An estimated 175 short tons of Accent on Speed lien Lafontant, Semour Dalen-
flour a d hy to meet Haiti's present With constructors and supervi- court, Harry Marcel and Fritz
supply of 35,183 imported tons sors reciting a slogan of aFlour,'Brutus, besides classes at Mr. Gil-
annually, will be' ground from Milled in Haiti for the New Year, bert's Rue Payee office will tfol-
high-grade Canadan n wheat when a modern,'tropca l-designed office low the construction of the Mill
the rollers start turning early next building is rising abreast of the and work with the American nil-
year. complicated mill structure. Two wrights on the buildings as td
Construction othe Flowlr poei t long 1-prefabricated warehouses be completely grounded in their

















orthe co j ob sin e c~onsrcto cor- -"
Working two ten-hour shifts with giant concrete floors are all new trade.
sevn*These four millers in turn, will
se wn days a wee k, the flou mill ready to house 30 days output ofI T hee mor erandth know -
builders are breakihg records in the mill. teach three more and the kniow-
the local building trade. The Te- Hove Dam
con Corporation of Dallas, Tetas is Water which is vital to flour total of sixteen key-men have
handling the construction work, milling is being piped 2 miles been trained.
wihadnther consteructiR. Mon workfrom a damned-up river near the Mr. Gilbert selected several of'
with veteran builder D. R. Moore ashore at Source Matelas. A his future millers from the Sale-
as Project Manager and more thansehoeaSureMtl.A
300 PojcaltrMadesmrnon the job.tiarge s-torage tank has already sien and J.B. Damier 'schools. I
200 local tradesmen on ts ehoob. been assembled on the little knoll. Gusrtave Francis has been em-
Tecon has 15 specialists who are over-looking the 6 acre mill site.I played as 9 cereal chemist and
skilled in steel reinforced concrete An underwater survey has been,1 will have to meet standard proce-
work and mill construction toiling' made in front of the nill and I dure in the tests of cereals reco-'
under the Haitian sun, also there buoys outline ibe position of the gnised by both the U.S. and Cana-
is James Lovins,.their Ofihce Ma- tuture pier where a pneumatic da. '
r'ager who has his desk with other unloading system will discharge The Flour Mill is a big step for:
Mill officials on the Rue Pavde. the grain onto a belt conveyer ward in Haiti's efforts to,industria
Jack Huff is another .get-it-done: which will carry it 900 feet to lire and encourage fdreign'in-
man, like Moore. Mr. Huff repre- discharge into an elevator which vestment.
senats International Processors who I
engineered the complete project: .- ." ....... "'
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c-ations in a record-eight months,j '" .-' '5b "'51',
in Houston Robert Cummins, i;.... &.. ..-.
-onsultant of Houston, Texas ..
;"as consulted on the 7-storey 6
mill building of steel reinforced
concrete

Raiph Hap) Threwlies who arri-
ves here this month will have the -
task of supervising the installation "
of the new patent milling machi j.." j.
nery made by Allis Chalmers. Eve "k"-A.53
r-y Haiti-hound -shi$r from Houston A
and New Orleans has part of the "
modern machinery in its cargo.
The last shipment is expected in ..-
Haiti 'on December 1st.
Bill Fittge is the Allis Chalmers / [
superintendent who has been on 7 4'
the job since construction com- -
menced. recons' Construction chief Moore superv'sing' the foundation work
ifor the huge. silos................ .:


Haitian Tourism Authorities Attending-
Asta Chicago Convention

A ten member delegation in-Gerard.de Catalogne of the Hos-
eluding a three-member technic- tellerie du Rol Christophe, and
al advisor team is representing Mr. Beck of the Hotel Beck at
Haiti at the Annual ASTA Con- Cap-H-aitien, George Kenn and Da
vention in Chicago from Novemb- niel Roy ot Hotels Choucoune and
er 3rd to 6th. Monta a.
Tourist Director Pierre Chau- Haiti, Government Tourist Bu-
vet who heads the delegation flew reau Director Hermann DWsir,
to the States Wednesday. The Adrien Mallebranche of thp Haiti
other members who left this Government Tourist Office in
week-end for Chicago are Mr. & Chicago, and Irwin Robinson, .Haik
MIrs. G. Heraux of the Heraux ti's official .Public Relations- and
Tours Travel Agency, R. Baussan, U.S. Publicity Chief are the tech-
Hotel Ibo Lele proprietor, Mrs. Inical advisors to the delegation.


FRENCH, LESSONS
Experienced language teacher will gLve lessons, private or in groups.
Intensive work on pronunciation and everyday conversation.
French Course for children every Saturday morning'fromig-' to il:fO;.
,Courses every afternoon from 5 to 7 and.by private, arrangement;
Miss Solanges Dominique, Instructress "
B.A.:.-Olivet College, Michigan
M.A.:-Teachers College, Columbia University, N.Y.
Professional Diploma: T. C. Columbia University.
Address: 12 Rue Camille L6on (Ecole Mme. Pierre Pailliere) .
Telephone 5956 -Before 8:00 A.M. between 12-2:00 or after 4 P.M.

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Technicalk Aid
Delegate Spends
Week Here


Mi. James Keen of the United
Nations Bureau of Technical As-
,isjance left Friday after a week'
h re consulting with Government
officials and U.N. Permanent Re-
Spresentative Albert Le Bel."
The Assistant Director-General
rf the Technical Assistance :Bu-
reau who had visited Haiti last
SFebruary arrived last Sunday on
a tour of Central America andr
the Caribbean.

Mr. Keen's mission was connect-.
* ed with the coordination of Unit-
ed Nations progress of technical
Assistance' to these countries.


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;i Caribbean Trading
SCompany, Has
Gala Opening
On rainy Wednesday a large
roup of businessmen and La
?,' 'resse braved the weather to res-
P ond to an invitation of the new
Caribbean Trding Company for
a _.pnguraton cocktails at their
SStore on the corner of Rue Pav6e
:a Rue Amiridame.
S ager. Wolfgang Gressel and
., .-. leident Raoul M6rove
I. Pir entertained the guests and
jroudi showed their wares. The
If .m.ouq .^W vehc, the Gram-
l,:. radios, the MauslWDeutz
U= 6 tr .s the Deutz motors, the
Olympia typewriters and adding
=i machines. Members of the Gae-
man colony manifested their joy
Sat *n# these products from
S their .houla.d.
NEW BARRACKS
M OR MIREBALAIS
,. Captain MarIo Dupuy and the
Officers and soldiers of the Mili-
ty District ot Lascahobas which
ft be commands have set up resi-
d ence at the new headquarters at
;:' tekbalais. It is reported that a
vt ;A d P4 odorn barracks bqiWy-
:'T' .will short go under cons-
St tion01 at the new Beat of the
'^ i t military district at M-
;, which was formerly a
Msu-, .sact Colonel Lin6 Xavier
U- is;tfU MUita.y Departminiit Cobi-
der of the Center. :
D&Jaon To Idia
i "lsaador Pierre Liautaud at'
Li $. drsat and-Embassy Secretary
-.: Io ger Savain at London have
been delegated to represent Haiti
-: at the IX th session of the UNES-
CC' Gqneral Assembly to be held
y: inNe Delhi (India) from Novem
:, ber 5th to December 5th. The pro-
,,,gatmanincludes several problems
relative to Compulsory Primary
'.: Educa1n,.
S CAP- ,N WIS
WW,'N
SLEVELr CCoP
. "the long awaited match beb-
4. w nvll .olives and Cap-lHaitien
; :to.t |re at Sunday aftenoon
-at Stade S.pi9te. Cap-Haitien's.
ending at the 0th minute was,
Swell managed by foot-baller Co.
Slas, tag the 'de in a not too
S brilliant gie 0, with the Ca-
,'. pois .alkW off with the .Coupe
S ..Gene w----t-. -

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Amoassauor jacques Leger,
'Decorates Americah Medics
SThe grade of 'Officer, of the
-National Ortder of Honor and
'Merit was conferred by .the Hai-
Stian Government upon two Amer-
ican' physicians for their contribu-
Stion to the World Health Organi-
zatiod last week.
. 'Ambassador Jacques Nicolas
Leger (to United Nations) made
Sthe award during a special ce-
redmony in New York to Dr. Win-
fred' Overholder and Dr. Leon
Konchogul, both attaches to St.
Elizabeth Hospital of Washington,
D.C.

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HAITI SU


ARCHIBALD McGUFFIE of Kola McGuffie of Oonaives is at Canape many oy Ul UtE ,L p Uolm ul oH ,t. fu
Vert with Kidney trouble. tries resemble a crumpled piece o
VIC (Firestone) and Mrs, LAMPSON enjoyed their three week trip STANLEY 'ATOM BOMB. GRAY
through Mexico immense invited the Press Tuesday evening
t g~uh Mexico immensely.
CITIZENS OF ]lOIS PATATE enquired yesterday whether their E- ne. on the Grand'Rue. The Press v
gyptian citizen could he mobilized to fight in the Middle East. d'Or, and cocktails.
BALAN and at least one other Hougan who came in contact with GUY DUROSIER is back fr6m th
the Adlai Stevenson 'family during their visit earlier this year, are called -Goombay&. Its hnsophistical
making special little ceremonies this week to assure Adlai gets the to the shoe-shine boy on Bay Stree
key to the White House next Tuesday. gyman conducting a revival.
RUBI ROSA after njarryidg wealth three times has settled for youth. Native coin divers double in bra
The Dominican diplomat playboy has wed a cute 18-year-old french cial fishermen harmonize as they h
movie actress. ...................... rs are vagabond musical virtuosos
THE GREAT GRUDGE football match between Gonaives and Cap Many formal. bands that call f
Haitien that' several months back threatened civil war was played last bongo drums aren't so formal aft
Sunday at Stade, Maglnire here in the Capital without an incident ex- butchers, tailors or carpenters by I
cept that Cap Haitien won 1-0.
AUTHORITIES ON MIDDLE EAST affairs meet nightly (6pm till STEPHESN N SAUREL
Midnight) at Ti Tosh's Rond Point Beer Garden. The experts on Egypt, NUPTIALS
France and England are so occupied with their diplomatic roles that
they have little time to drink beer. The marriage of Miss Suzanne
CHATON'S PORTRAIT-PHOTOS EXHIBITION has been displayed Stephenson and Jean Saurel took
in Cap Haitien. .............................. place at Eglise du Saer6 Cweur de
HOTEL RIVIERA is reportedly switching to local floor-shows this Turgeau, .last Saturday at 6:80
season. They imported some very fine foreign stars during the summer P.MI, with a large gathering of
and it cost them plenty; their folklore shows will be fresh from the socialites including PAA execut-
country ..................................... Lives attending the eerempny u -i.
RENDEZ-VOUS was closed down last Saturday night and caused ting the popular young Pan Am-
nightclubers to sympathetically think of the health .of Dan Allen. Ru- erican Airways staff couple.
mor has it that Dan will be closed for 52 Saturday nights a year. Some
say bad behavior of early. Sunday morning patrons -has prompted this The bride, daughter of Mr. and
action ............ ...... ......... ...... ......... Mrs. Hermann Stephenson, and
SMOKEY JOES is being enlarged to a king-size night spot Secretary at the', PAA Rue Pave
LA TONNELLE is enlarging and has an early teen age clientele that offices for the past five years, was
discovered its pin-ball machine. given In marriage by her brother,
MEYER's PHARMACY that burned down earlier this year is being Franck Borday. She was attended
re-established in Popo's shoe shop on the Grand'Rue opposite Phat- by Mrs. Eugene Saurel, mother of
macie Centrale. Its former quarters is being turned into four indivi- the groom. The bridal gown of
dual stores. ....................................... embroidered organdy was fashion-
Mr. SERGE LEON DEFLY, Haitian Ambassador to the Holy See ed by Madame Lydia Margron.
presented his credentials to Pope Pius XII in Castel Gondolfo last
October 26th. .............................. A cortege of 12 children bet
LE PICARDIE RESTAURANT is to be congratulated for its original ween seven and nine years, in
and artistic signs advertising its'new 'location next to El Rancho in Swiss pique dresses of pink and
P6tion-Ville. .............................. ...... blue included: Misses Genevieve
.BARBANCOURT's Road Point building has stopped while the ar- Dominique, Marie-Henriette Roy,
chitects rearrange thi plan. ........ ......... ...... Slaudie Thhard, Elda Stines, Kath
THE SS 'HAMBOURG-, Hamburg America Line Cargo ship escaped leen and Genevieve Bayardelle,
'tragedy last October 26th off the coast of Miragoane as it was going Axelle and 'Evelyn Liautaud, Ma.
to crash against a reef.' The Captain Neuman Albert and crew manag- rio' and Marise Stephenson, Joel.
'ed to refloat the ship that went aground during its manoeuvring. Ie Lemoine and Florience Oriol.

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of paper.
YSON and new partner Herard Roy
to their chic offices in 'La Mondai-
was served horse d'ceuvres Estampes

e Bahamas where the folk music is
ted rhythm comes just as naturally
't as to the frock-coated native cler-

ss as sea-going troubacors;. comminr-
aul in their nets and even cab driv-

forth harmony to the tempo of the"
ter all, for their members may be
trade or profession. -

Their coiffure was styled in
-queue de cheval, under girlands
of white flowers.

The rings were carried by, In-
rid Heyne, lovely blonde fillet.
te., who. wore a ballerina length
of pink. Hermann ('Sonny.) Ste-
phenson, Jr., young brother Of
the bride headed, the wedding
cortege in command of the dozen
S'filles d'honneurs.
Signing for the bride were: Me.
Lkon Alfred, Me. L6once Dupiton,
Roger Blanchard, Mrs. Georges
Stepbenson, Mrs. Adrien Roy, Mrs
Jules Farmer, Mrs. Arthur Stines
and Mrs. Marcel Antoine.
Witnesses for the groom were:
Francoid Th6ard, Andr6 Apaid,
Dr. Lucien Leconte, Noel Rouzier,
iLuSaure'Ir 2oland Pierre-Louis,
Maurice Saurel, Edouard Blan-
chard and Mrs. Jacques Saurel:
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Saurel is in Pan American
Airways Traffic Division, at the
Port au Prince offices.
The newlyweds will reside at
their new home in Petion Ville
after honeymooning at Kenscoff
for two weeks.


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Views of the Roi Christophes' tropical garden, attrac-
tive French provincial dining room. and modern pool.


7ltostellerie Qdu'o0; Qfiristophe
Cap Haitien, Haiti Cable: Christophel
Represented in U.S. by UTELLA Associates, Essex House, N.Y. 19, N.Y.
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Miami, Fla.,55 E. Wdshington St. Chicago, HI.


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UNION SCHOOL despite the rain Wedniesday staged a 4 to 7 Hal-
loween party. Each grade received two prizes for the best masks. An
original looking prize-fighter, Henry Brignac managed to k.o the judges
and secure a prize. Co-Chairman of the Committee who organised the
party were: Ann Tomar and Vera Despain.
SPANISH AMBASSADOR Jorge Spottorno y Manrique de Lara gave
an agreable talk in French on his homeland before Club International
Sde Commerce members at the Aux Cosaques Wednesday. The learned
Minister told how his country had been in the export business for 30
centuries but had missed the boat in the industrial revolutiont due to
interior strife. But since 1940, they have been trying hard and have
mnnw.. ^f tiho nrhlmaL_* nF TTn:<: Wo ani:l fnnna-La:hioall tiho IhnL om.


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Sunday, November 4th 1956
1HAlT

THE HAITIAN ENGLISH
Community Weekly Pi
EDITOR-PUBLISHER
GERANT-RESPONSAB

THE DEATII OF A

The death of Dr. Charles S
ivqrsity in Louisville Ky. la
here by the numerous Haitia
during their studies at Fisk.
Dr. Johnson was the first I
Fisk, an interracial university
tion. It was founded in 1866.
Before becoming president
its faculty for eighteen years
head of Fisk's Department ol
known Fisk Institute of Race
In an editorial Tuesday the
Dr. Charles S. Johnson, pr
died suddenly at Louisville or
ge of interpretation between
fore he became the first Neg
had served for eighteen years
which is endowed with a uni
terpretation.
Jubilee Hall on the campus
gible symbol. It was built w
students of Fisk who in 107
songs "their mothers had taui
in New York and went on to
cert stage, from which they
build a new hall at the poor
As the chorus from these m
welled up, Americans began
spiritual quality of the cont
make to American culture.
Dr. Johnson was both a le
ibnetracial interpreter at al
rioving into the ,main strea
Dr. Johnson's wdrks. As'-a sdc
of-that profession. Jis research
lie lived to a better understal
geographical problems as we]
,Dr. Johnsdon's sciio1ai*p
a1in as he viewed the
rAtcn derificrcy.' 'I-e rse'
ground of understanding bet
the paradox. His own notable
ition it won at many points of
dox he attacked can be over


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HAITI SUN'-PG .___'___"_PAGES5
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S-- tistics on it. For .example, both lists painted the murals, not* 17 .'
I SUN Armand Mallebranche and Her- as stated.
I LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER bie Widmaier have had long ex- .;;
published Sunday Morning 'perience in these matters, and Yours sincerely, :
BERNARD DIEDERICH the winter never goes by but Jane K. Mees, .
LE PAUL E. NAJAC what both of them bring visiting Secretary to Bishop Voegeli f ., i
ehamsl to the Club. I don't know
'butI suspect -that if a formula -:'
GREAT AMERICAN RADIO HAMS could be worked out so that visit Mr Editor,
ing ehams could operate a sta- Your story on the sad litUa- A.
J. Johnson President of Fisk Un- Dear Berne: tion temporarily while they were tion of bird population of Haiti. -!
st Saturday night was mourned I don't think our local radio visiting Haiti,- not just some- which appeared in the 4SEi, 's '
n students who got to know him chams get enough credit for the one else's station, but operate on October 21 st isVue was eflai -A
good job they are doing in pu- their own, with their own call and interesting. I 'think w t
Negro to be named president of ^'blicistig Haiti over the air-wa- letters,-it would stir up a lot of .there is no use to talk or wrjMt "
y that started as a Negro institu- yes. Perhaps it is just because it interest in our country and prob on wildlife conservation for' h .p
is quite natural and normal, un- ably be quite effective in bring- few species that were left .' 1::-
of Fisk In 1946 he had been on commercial and un-pald, that it ing this class of visitor to our can't 'say after what since in-.-l.
of ri, t ,h ei ha benfon aIs a job ui-sung, shores, where they could pursue vestigation has revealed tVhe a..
s. Largely through his efforts as A Mr. Richard Dorrance, who this absorbing hobby so easily, ses of their disappearance are.
SSocial Sciences, the nationally is the proprietor of ai advertis- Best regards, gradually becomiftlg extinct. ,.
Relations was, created. ing firm in New York, has writ- hat has been done fo the
Mow nrl Timc Biri a *i ,. ,What has been done for -th~e L.w
New York Times said. Len to bring up'an unusual ques- W. T. Vrooman conservation o f the oiaaum- .".
resident of Fisk University, who Lion: he wants to -bring his por- sicien ofthe ln a
SSaturdAy, stood on a great brid- bable transceiver with him oil I;GLISE EPISCOPALE D'HAITI hundred of acres -have b6en or.
the white and Negro races. Be- his visit to' Haiti next March, Portau-Prince, October 31, 1956 are being extensively e -
gro president of Fisk in 1946. he and .wants to know what The for- Motr. ernard Diederich Even bthe eflamants 'Tosesi, of,',
on the faculty of that university, mhlities are for him .to request Editor, Haiti- Sun the lakes regions are becdming' i
que symbolism in-, interracial in- a temporary license to operate l'ort-au-Prince more and more rare. If notif 5
While he is here. is done .to save ;t&he '- .
s of Fisk at Nashville is the tan- He cites that he visited San iear Mr. Diederich: birds, I am afraid ht -". .'
vith funds raised by a group of Juan, Puerto Rico last year and e D deh". ....m d :
i ~~eprs to cokhe people :will
1 started on a tour singing the i, two days contacted forty ama- Could you please correct a he =S n ceo s e, em o ;i ,I
ght them. They packed churches teurs all over the world. I am false impression given in thfe ar-[ the Mhusem, '.:.
Europe to triumphs on the con- supposing that i, the very natu- tile on the murals in lIoly Tri- A :Mta Tfildlife
returned with enough money to re of things he would have to nity Cathedral, wliich appearedP A Ot ife ,
Negro university they had left. say that his station was operat- opn page 8 of the -Haiti Stiun. for s siro te :C lC t
eistersingers of the Negro rae temporarily in San Juan, October 28? usai iwouldo e "
meistersingers of the Negro raie"te 'g iton of iie, .0:"...
to understand something of the where he was having a wonder- The article says, -Sponsoied by and. the -netbodic In
ribution the Negro race had to ful time on vacation. What free the government of Haiti.... As new epi *rE' ''
publicity! ai matter of fact, the work wascountries.i3i e
sponsored by th r eier and *-~ kuM
leader of the Negro race and an He has been in contact with sponsored by the Art Cet'er a 8 t0d "to
period in Which the Negro ws Haitian liamsP frequently, and tie Episcopal Chliftreh of aftiii. ;.-i. ,e o 4Ar
. to ouote the title of on of iss as a consequence very much The Art Center supplied the at-.e i 7 de.
tial scientist he ranked at the to interested in Haiti-interested e- tists, and the *jscop6l Ohtehth iandIove L f10 eas0-.6. A.
hhad helped the region in which nough to spend a couple of lianced the work! i wtv 41
alfing ofits 'social economic and weeks there next spring. Chalk Perhaps the Iatt that t e A tnat. m e ot k t in W
aI as its racial .problems. "up one 'more tourist family for group of mui- f. is ,eym biou rgA e, ,e -iS
was ;feve-' totiuhed by emQtion- the hams here. wper done ase E'.a=0fl ,a Wcoi-e -
wg parad.ox o" .he e.ro .e- I think this matter might be ubutioh ta. i 1% fl l nationiol V'..
rei@hi tff searii for a common interesting enough to bring up Anniversary of Port-au-Prince led servation 6f Haiti's decline
ween the races that would cure in an editorial, after talking with to the confusion, wild life. .. ,
career and tlie uinvwersa tcf- a few hams and getting some sta .Also, incidentally, only 10 ar- (S) : Bird Lover .. .,
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OBSERVING 5th. ANNIVERSARY
OBSERVIN 5th ANNIVERSARY


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-'Leaving Hiaiti in 1944, he studi-
:6 dentistry at the University of


into i Jqwelry shop. In. his Rue
Ides Fronts Forts store he set up


HAITI SUN Sunday, November 4th 1956


a


ry, Swiss


Watch


A. King In Jeweli
i"" An ad in the :.', .from a dental-c-eer ih-Canada into a Manhattan jewelry store
'thht later led to his establishing Haiti's most exclusive jewelry
: **..; .. .. .: .
.: This week as Jean F. Laham flew homewards to Haiti in 1951
' observes his fithanniversary as he. was well-grounded in the Jew-
-. a Port-au-Prince. shop proprietor, elry line. ',
She. .quietly prepares/his. chic Rue His great passion; to open Hai-
uBonne di stoge fo, the. second ti's first ..all-jewelry store, was
:, 'annual exposition by D. & J. Well- soon squashed by the family who
.'. by, Ltd. .of Garrick- Street, ,.Lon- after 40 years in the--textile bu-
. don, of previous gems worth a siness here saw no reason why
.. million dollars, Fosy, as he is- known to one and
.* ';' ,.. all, should not open thi tenth tex-
-. The suave reserved young Jew- tile store in the Laham clan
o:; eller charted his course to the chain. But he was not deterred
I% Rue Bonne Foi the hard way. from his objective. Slowly by de-
S.. erees he turned his textile store


- Laham


The


'...* :.- : .7 ., : ..

:r dentistry to.Jewolru.LaTI.
4!.,Teist Avenue,. ..,
-; on. ... .- "
.y.Montreal for two years -before it
dawned. n him that tinkering
i k*: wtfimolars was not for him. An-
i.:i.swering .Want ad. in the New
'l^Yorf Tiies, he found tinkering
.:-,with ..in one of Silvers' Jew-
y elry -Stores, in New York had
: more appeal. In two years he
Climbed -the ladder from sales-
-iman, assistant buyer to manager
of the branch store. Today, he is
S"convinced that one of his ancest-
*ors miustrhave had a yen for gems
-. and.,passed it down to him, be-
u..ase he found he had a facility
. to learn "the trade fast..When he
'1^' '


Jeweler

has found' his niche on ,
II.

a keen competition for older es-
tablishments by introducing a
twelve months' credit arrange-
ment with no down payment, for'
Swiss watches. After the first
year, he actually witnessed people
queuing up to be served.
Moving away from the textile
amagasin' atmosphere, he crossed
town and opened a streamlined
store on the Grand'Rue. Still dis-
satisfied ith the store's position
and many of the non-jewelry
lines he carried, he made the big
break in July 1955 and, opened
the chic Fifth-Avenue type edifice


.OVER 70.000 TOURISTS EXPECT

I t VISIT HAITI THIS YEAR
* :


S;" PORT AU-PRINCE: Since the This year more than 7(
r!. U.P,'.10. per cent Caribbean travel sons will Visit Haiti, and
S'.ta..went off the books, tie Repu- more luxury hotels and
0:.. "blie: of Haiti is -ready for the ex- being built, the end is not
.f.- pe4d increase in visitors, accord-
laV ing:to Pierre Chauvet, director of Chauvet's figures do nc
f'..tourism, .cruise tourists who use tl
'' .for hotels. 'These also ai
| .''-Since travel-minded Americ- American,- the tourist
,-%.ans discovered, Haiti some five said.
* years ago, the tourist tide has been
.Y., at full flood, and the cut in travel Although Winter contir
i".costs is'certain to send the tide Haiti's bigf season, Sumi
: till higher. tioners rapidly are learn:
.;. .. Haiti's cool mountains,
i 4 'Haiti long has been a must* for said.
';'.experienced travellers, but the
j" ,average vacationed wants all the CUNARI
conveiences of home in addition The Cunard Steam-Shi
i* to the exotic sights of a foreign ny Limited officials in I
;..land, Chauvet said. have announced that
-. Mauretania- will make
S'.,4. Haiti now concentrates on cater- its this winter to Port
:.ing.to this combined desire, and on Caribbean Cruises.
..Chamuvet's statistics on the tourist ,Mauretania. is schedule
tt-. de shows how well the policy into Port au Prince on
;v.f.ork5 ", December 25, 19 5 6;
In 1951, only 17,708 tourists vi- March 12, 1957; Sunda
s.ited4',Haiti. In 1955 the total was 31, and Thursday April
.. .'824. proof 'that news about The Cunard's latest
-- Haiti's- modern, but still inexpen- ]Corinthia, is making b
'I. sive; aommodations are spread- ducetion to Port au Princ
' a ing. nesday January 2nd, 19.
? ,.,..". ,, .' i
..4
v..1
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1,000 pe
with ev(
cottag
t in sigi

it inclui
heir shi
ipamnqt


er-
en
es
it.

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director


iues to be
ner vaca-
ing about
Chauvet


Mrs. Ar'gclc I.eopold l
99thI Birthd


A million dollars worth of Gems
will be exhibited here in Dec.


paper at the time reported some.
of the original feminine remarks
of envy, jealousy and possession,
that were recorded during the ex-
hibition. I

'Ptompted Creation of Consumer's
Black List


In May 1954, Laham proposed
in an article published. locally that
merchants send a list of their .de-
lipquent clients/to the.'Chambei'
of Commerce who would issue a
weekly bulletin to the trade citing
these names in an effort to protect
.their credit. But he was alone in
--; ~ t this idea of stimulating, local bu-
,uncan celebrated Wednesday siness by advancing reTedit terms
lav Anniversary to the public end at the same time


Among the guests celebrating'
with the family on the occasion of
her 99th birthday anniversary on
Wednesday afternoon were%30 pu-
pils of the private school taught by
Mrs. Angele Leopold Duncan they
were present' to commemo-
rate her approach into her 100th
year, 85 of which have been devot-
ed to the profession of teaching.
The birthday party honoring Mrs
Duncan took place at the home of
Captain and Mrs Pascal Vilfort.
Mrs. Vilfort is one of the.' nine
grandchildren of the twice-widow-
ed mother of'fifteen. Mrs. Duncan


) LINERS COMING'
ip Compa Mr. Herman Holtberg of Britan-
New York nic fame will be Cruise Director
the RIS of this cruise and Mr. Victor Og-
four vis- ley will again be Cruise Director
au Prince on the Mauretania with Mrs. Pen-
The SS ny Bancroft again as Senior Direc-
ed to call tress.
STuesday Mr. Watterson Lowe will conti-
Tuesday nue as Lecturer aboard.' 'Watty',
y March as he is affectionately known to
18. thousands of tourist, is almost a
ship, SS' walking edition of the 'National
her intro- Geographic,. His knowledge of
ei' on Wed distant ports and places is fascina-
57. Ition to say the least*.


survjed twelve of her chil-
dren, and at present only
three are living to see
her cross the sill into her
approaching century. They are
her son, Attorney Victor Duncan,
and two daughters, Mrs. Regina
Elie and Miss Yvonne Duncan. Mrs
Duncan has six great grandchil-
dren.
She opened a .school in her home
at the age of 15, and has taught
continuously on for 85 years. At
present, she teaches 30 regular pu-
pils at the school at her home in
Ruelle Cameau where she lives
with her daughter Yvonne.
Mrs.. Duncan's name is associat-
ed with the Theatrical Representa-
tions at Asile Frangais' Theater on
the occasion of the awarding of
diplomas in the old days.
One of her grandaughters is Miss
Paule Duncan, the well-known
beauty shop owner of Chemin des
Dalles.
The party was attended by Mi-
nistre Nelaton Camille, of Nation-
al Education and Mrs. Fortuna
Guery. A huge cake with 99 cand-
les was the highlight of the party
where Mrs. Duncan's pupils recif-
ed and sang songs in her honor.


establish a system for the weeding
out of the -bad customers by a
black list system that would p0o-
tect the merchants.
Pushed Free Port Prices
He was able to point out to Go'
vernment Officials that Free Port
Prices on the lines he retails
would be of the utmost importance
to stimulating the tourist trade in
Haiti. Counting tourists amongst
his top customers, Laham says
that the Free Port Prices are often
responsible fbr enticing the tou-
rists to Haiti's shores today,
Laham manages to give a guaran
tee on the swiss watches sold at
his store, which- is honored in 65
countries as he is the direct ex-
clusive distributor for Vacheron &
Constantin, Jaeger Le Coultre, Mo-
vado, International Watch Co.,
Juvenia, Universal Geneve, Wyler,
Audemars Piguet, Mido, Ernest Bo-
rel (famous cocktail watches,) Cy-
ma, Blancpain, Cortebert, etc...
With associates in New York,
London, Paris and Switzerland, La-
ham now is affiliated with a local
jeweller, whom he supplied this
nast month with equipment that
will permit him to accelerate a lo-
cal line of jewelry.


Trade-
on Rue Bonne Foi, with Archi-
tects Mangones and Roy setting
the style for things to come. And
'.his week as three new storesre-
ceive the finishing touches on this
street which has been nicknamed
,Tourist Avenue, Laham feels he
has now found his niche and hap-
pily welcomes new neighbors with
modern ideas to'the .Avenue,. I
Jeweller Laham calculates that
most gem-buying Haitians, in the
past, made their purchases abroad,
and his efforts today pre directed
to stimulate local business and have
those very same people make their
purchases at home. Last year,,Bri-
tish jeweller B. & J. Wellby, Ltd.
-and his partner Rudy Gerder of
Rue de la Paix, Paris, displayed
a fortune of jewels at Laham's
with such success that this news-


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They live in the Ti-Boican Mountains
The Proud Daughters Of Anacammna Are 'Selling Oil

*Min huile!', the last" of .he 'enough oil for his oratory's lamp. of obtaining light in the
many musical sales call (in the, This small ..laqp is quite ingen. at night.
days of old the marchandes used iotls.,,A: middle size glass is half During the last World Wa
to sing to advertise) that'echoed tilled with water -and oil. pieces rosine was so scare that in
in the streets of the Capital, Is of of wood (size of" a match) are towns many a Haitian stu
disappearing as ,.palmachristia tied up in the form of a crosq, used to study at the dim 'li%
oil is being replagpd by' vaseline At each end of the cross is- at- an oil lamp.
for hair dressing and by kerosine tnched a piece 'of oork and in the Most of the oil marchand
for tOte gridappes lamps, center 'stands a cotton wick. This potat-au-Prince come from .T
This brown and thick oil is ex. lamp is carefully kept in the 'ora can, a few miles from the
tracted from the grains of palma- loire, which fs always &Idden at mance River barn. This place
christi, a small plant which grows the corner of a room, mnd is de- the stronghold of the last Ir
wild in relatively fertile lands, corated with the portraits of Otr apd also the mountain Capi
The ,dried grains are grillied in '!Lady of Mount Carmel, Our lady the Indian Kingdom of Xa
a large .chaddiire, and then trains of the Seven Sorrows, (Ertulie), ruledt by Queen Anaeaona. ti
erred to a epilon, were they are: pulation has inherited the
pressed. Afterwards the mash subs ad also the character of tl
tance is mixed With.water and re-, ( -t -dians. Some Women still cart
turned to the' chaudiire> for the L the hard work in the 'fields (
boiling operation. As the oil' ap- leave -their husbands in the i
pears on the'surface, it. is picked 1'tains and go to pitch their
up carefully with a spoon 'and pla.l n in the city markets. '
ced into a callebasse. "The oil marchandes, like
ancestors, are stubborn, cot
By this rudimentary process ots and aggressive. They wii
the palmachristi oil is prepared. l dor talk with anybody. ot
Palmachristi oil is widely used their little clan. Their 'ca
by the country folks and to some is always smeared with g
extent by city dwellers as well. tand so is their hair, for the:
First it is considered as one of ry the oil can on their head.
the most sgltable gifts one., can They are the hardest p?
present' to God. It is an' honor for to covert. They claim both
a Obor peasant to have his oil 1 Catholic and Protestant faiti
burtif neara. the taberfiacte in the t1 ever go to church, never
eternal.lamp of his chapel or- his g part in social manifesto
church. O'p certain feastdays, oq., never send' their children
just because God .or-. a saint scol..
gated him a special ait or,l he "-" .. ," In the morning "they will
wll-devotely bring a little bottle SLt Georges- (Ogou), a Crucifix, a up of coffe, at noon the
or a callebasse of oil to his pa- st Michael and St Joseph etc...... eat a biscuit. with some
rish' priest or the wBedb:. (cohn- Each' mother of family has her syrup. Their meals. cddaists
try sacristain). Thd. priest cannot special oil- reserve. First to soften of the time df 'malt
of eouirse use all 4his oil or can- the.-htir of her children and se- .'ignam. (indian roots) awe
not satisfy each and every one cond to rdb them when 'they have tatoes and fish or sometime
of -them as toapiabe separately in- fever or a'grippe. ,The kids are so- (dried spicy meat).
dividua, oi. gifts in ,the eternal 0lso gihedi thlds46 mixed with .me- The greatest days for t,
lamp.:-S, he "keep 'the quantity dicinal leaves juice as purgative iarchande are during the
he needs:.and sell the *. surplus if they have stomdch troubles. Week-r. They all go. to their
to .the farchandes. The money ix cettdin regions,, where the mountains of Ti-Bouc
iF used for charity organisdtions- peasants are too poor to buy ke- celebrate the holy week in
of th. parishl' ,,, rozine;,- the same lamp used in' on. tadition. --Voodoo sei
-The peasant "wil keep also the oratories is the only means; a ,...rco dances, come
_.. -- .- --. -:-. .,_ .';\ A 'ftiOn the deads, etc... are
4" .j0 ki r '4 l_ e. .A. .,e i events that have
";" E 'fi"tt -i .!i- cl snificance for the oil
"al rw aawn u.ma .' tJdsand are t e higblig]
r.' I g v,. -euafJ
*m ~- h t se sainte'.
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new mechahism of thIese Grfardfl'rreigitux Gyrobtkics,
storig away more thait 40 houxs -tunnijs time. These
extremely' precise methunisms are protected by .the most
elegant of waterproof cases tiat Switzerland can prd&ce.
fef. 7050: A handionet nu-r's iiowh, available in stainless
steel .r so i d ol i g:,
Rff.07L-^daiiiiyaatrhof exjraarldfnairrdcckidiacyIw~l~ei >' 2 .;"
in stainles yur w el ors v h soi d t gorvold. evel '.


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Dodeo

Dear Mary Doogoode,
SiI have a problem. y boy fri
end took me to the Rex Theatre











;' ,. -*.i"=. n ^ i- eo!s .u h h I s w t a
to see a shocking moie AA
ear Named Desire I was




.. enhave arblefor I y boygta o- -
Haiti ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~, is, no'scesul on tfrtgac xel e of kt ook medtio the ,Re Stheaeta
peting ith Cmcao th littlet-e-qulity the tice s ee N ame Dshoeckang roea itAl
*Duth Isandthatbuil it trae plyed is ,esil determined eetcarogh.eI Deal i re no w t at s
S' *terribly upset becaud e I co-ld
~ I. ,' d tnot understand a thing in the
whole show. In fact there is
S some, similarity -between the
S a principal actress and myself. I
.loved a boy who died in, a car
accident. He died because I ur-
ged him to take me to the beach
one Sunday just to cahow of)
my new bikini. I could not for-
give myself for that. My second
-" d boyfriend was starting to draw
SSwank New Free Port Dept Opens my mind from these 'unhappy
memories, but, wheli I saw that
At Fashionable La Belle Creole movie I became e moroe despond-
ent than before. I bought a poc-
0f'. Haiti is now successfully con.- at first glance the excellence of ket book edition of tA Streetcar
..petqizg with Curacao the little Bthe qcdality of the. articles dis- Named Des'ire and read it all
throun" hnwr, i~rae" ADSPte hlpeOea lgh It rvertatlse now thate my
W Dutch island that built its trade played is easily determined, through. I realise now tat my
i.i tourists almost tax- Each has been given .its appro- boyfriend does not respond
.e aby advance ctfls. ,pri. setn enough to my tenderness. Every-
t~::free' timported. irticle's.piaestignghI'm tikngo Wly
In Haiti today North 'AMneri- night I. am thinking Willy
cadn tourists, besides finding a George Jensen DANISH Sil- (Willy was his name). On the
Swide variety. of l aitian hndi- verware, Orrefors SWEDISH, other side, my taste has not
:eras and souvenir items no* and England's Minton Chinaware changed. I still love highlfre
m: a y purchase high-quality imr- and Colport China are among with all is excentricities, all its.
p itd .. articles from. the -world the items beautifully displayed. rivolities. etc. I am perturbed
S.t.ove. A lrces that -raige ,t-from Cathel Lg the shoppers'- eyes, at the utmost.
"40% to 60- lower than t4ey can on a: tour'around the spacious, ar- (S). D sirs
fJi. in the eir oln cdunbey,' hanks tisticasly appointed showroom, Dear Dcslrd,
sto the 'ree Port Law. are DENMARK'S Royal Copen- Take it easy, Your stbillinei
-La Bel.e Creole, addiagj.o its hagen, a n d Nyemolle, SWE- letter, is enough proof that your
,'.4-;- -, mind- i.,t pl. SincedIsugt that moe o.u.a
il re'f a pioneer in F PORT DEN'S Gustauberg and Orrefors mind is. tired. I suggest that you
"PMICES- has opened the season Crystal, FRANCE'S Lalique and sit down and write your life sto-
wi h ait *w department, featur- B arat. Crystal,'SWITZER-, ry. Maybe youl see after read-
g ,china e, silvhbrware, LAND'S Patek Philippe, Omega, .ing it over that life is made of
...'. e and'. isph m Vlysse terna and Niva- both, a rorod of fantasy and a
fOne fgai, -dl~ Q (ernn da^ JlM>Y^ (il9 Mu a .nary D oog tel. lo
has..a,- .nce d i.gain .w.te.which complete the' world of tragedy.
i..; ..:. .. ad~ned : :; : :i:, -. ,.,: 3(S): M ary Doogoode.




















'^P'** *'. *t^^ Y^IiT p' .oS-J HHII~'ES 'i ~ 'CEIE Ti
n1 le mere 9to are shown the at Dear Mary
-Id dreamed last night that the
to. adva g on al ,tive &"rplays from Royal
iin d'gl -rolling dorsEthat are Doulton and Royal Worcester bells of Sacrd Coeur were ring-
Iv" '4rawin' tiv e ad7irahion of resi- and Spode, from England( and irg~as I drove by thq church
lre.,.ftsg:hi.' visitors alike. This Rosethale items Linported from with a handsome youngman on
.fie w~kanship was done by Germany.) my sde in a smart new cream
.ilhe!.yo Pharmacist, Buch and- With Free Port Prices on such colored sport car. When I woke
".*. ; *, ,. i up, as usual% I went on the ve-
'.:. Ebei: n who learned the ollbive, articles to encourage
ade. in Germany. 7 shoppers, La elle Creole has ranla to tak6 some fresh air
!4-l .'i'a r e. as beeji no' over-cro4: provided for new shopping plea- dAnicgpsh!What did I see? A '
U,? ingf of the shelves in the netede- sure and saving to buyers in its c colored snst t ar ethat
partnent.'to confuse buyers,.= and new department.
.. "pole. Since that moment. I am'
R" .living in a great fear.
... (S): Dreamer.
n :Dear Dreamer,
I am not acquainted 'with 'ho-
roscops. Go'and see a bocur an I
I am sure he'll tell you for
whom the -bells tolls. Mostlikely
at the time of, the-accident you
were half asleep half awake.
(S): Mary Doogoode.'
WANT TO LEARN.
A LANGUAGE?
Learn to speak and orite one
or several foreign language (En-
glish French Spanish Ger-
.*, man). Private courses or group
sessions for adults and 'children 1
-rod-acts Are as well. Also courses in Creole
(for adults only).
op Teachers: Jules Wiesvl, Max
lit? f p' Bouch'ereau, Albert Charlot, Jac-
eo ueline Smith, Dr. Harlie Smith
Jr. Emile Zephir.
A t, Registration: c/o. Wiesel
t ipe Iert U4AuAUUI19 Rue Capois, near Hotel Ooff-
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HORIZONS UNG HAITI Haiti's turbulent past is most keen greathouses. and now lead to no-
SEE NEW HORIZONSly seen and felt-in crumbling where. .. .
i French fortifications along the. Back in their familiar& world, ''
SPicture, if you can, a city that greets the dawn with church painted by talented unknowns or coast, in the pastel, picturebook many an American inexplicable k .:
bells clanging, cocks crowing ,dogs barking, vendors crying by artists whose works hang in buildings of 17th- Century Cap misses the church bells clanging, .;'
and the rhythmic tapping of shoeshine boys beating sticks on the Museum of Modem Art. Haitien, in the regal ruins of the cocks crowing, the dogs. bark- .i
Wooden boxes. For sale in the cool, dim shops King Christophe's palace of Sans ing, the vendors crying -and, "' -
.* Imagine a city where the night is filled with the sounds of tucked in massive colonial struc- Souci, in' huge gates and avenues above jall, that rousing i&hythminc '
Sconstantly'crowing cocks, .blood-chilling dog fights and throb- tures are voodoo-inspired copper of royal palms that once led to I tapping ofjthe shoeshine boys. :-
hing voodoo.driums. and brass jewelry, wood sculptu- --_-------------------_---:--r_-- --- ,W|_
res, foklore-cordings and hand- MONDAY NfHTS GARAND FOLKLORE
if" thitdity. you'll deliberately They found, a land of French re-lobmed,;c.ndwkk fabrics whose 4. ..
dial the -.Wong number tW' get finements and African primiti- 'unter)parts now adorn 'the Unit- SHOW DIRECTED BY LAVINIA-. *~
the ,righl; party on the telephone, vism; a olk religion Vaudbu.% _O ," New York. THURSDAY EVENING DANCEN bi
'"ot'ofi.d yourself laughing tiproa that has borrowedi... y B6& 'd which no LES ON ...
RIM. i.-, l' a SONS BY LAVINIA AND PRIZE
d.af. dance o de h, and, .and ceremony .o .m .| {i.^^^ e years ..... .. ..
wit ,i'the..e. o0o .n o of p &Ji er'stum- .tho ict- l :.-i a t.. C lsp9Ce..u o r. "i-la- and .. "
rBlng .upbn -pd .4g.61U, iyQu'll dis- ry blendint seas, .lairiBZ.Ti4 .Al.ake. Sle tou- ') > ... I'"
cover'a.,.e.citingol "in eg costs Ne on range 6f. moun .wttaiii f: < .... h b d- ho-.
-r, i ueeiedA& ieJ4.4i55e mel thereRfm yoo-
as little as $35. Hete, .,history eemi..i e o l' lL
That's Port-au-Prince, the be. as yesterday., The ..m ssTiye;Ci.a.d.... ..eei;embna 'to' t. rn" yal cap-.
tya-e' -,4&e :eiertain-
lieve-it-or-not capital of Haiti a sitting in. solitary splendor oh tel -e r a.m sibe nertam ) 'NWE Ah
land that fires the imagination, po- cest o, as, of. onnntaln; a.d ..t S li... 4 h w th
ses questions, stimulates fought tie tales of its builder, Henry dance o'f Banda, the clowning ..
and is now drawing tourists- like Cbristophe,, avo, revolutionary agent of Father Death, who pokes
a politician's tax-cut promises lure and finally king of Haiti, brought fun at life and sex with blatant
voters. *. alive the French colonial period sexual moments that somehow
Sand the fight for freedom. skirt vulgarity,
Thatchednrdothuts contrast with When the' visitors 'went home, Stice Port-la-Prince saunters:
modern V.'.0l-typw Mines and Ito-".' """"
modern ligi- ypet ho-esa e- the only Negro republic in the 'iway from the Bay of Gonave and g /Z '. ,
slsciniq o~heopes efe-kto e and i A I
rtels clngi toa'the, s of em-t Western Hemisphere began to get up into the high ranges, tourists ..
bracing iountam8o Pca ashnnts eith enthusiastic word-of-mouth adl can choose a seaside Shangri-La 'j i.
cascade of 'calabeashtk, baskets vertising., 'or a cloud-capped eyrie. No matt- .* I a.' "
of fruits and vegetables balanced A few years later,' Paris and er what spot they pick, there'll ,. .." I .i
on'thefr hedflform endless pro- New York were in a stir over Hai- be a swimming pool and a super- .- )
cessions bound'for the market in tian "primitives,, the paintings of lative view. Average rates in '
the center of town. The more pros self-taught I peasants, policemen wiatnr are $15-$20 single, $26- aCR h i
perous lounge upon tiny burros and voodoo priests. In no time $40 double, with meals. A ten per ... '
time $40. dobe -wth
laden with straw 'panniers bulg- at all, Joe Doe and his wife were cent service charge takes care M PSIAY & THU SD QE.,
ing with produce. English and getting curious about Haiti. of tipping. :". .. J, i. .'tr '
American cars miss them by .in- This year the exotic little is- In a class by itself, and not be- .. .
ches. land counted 55,000 tourists who cause of its modest rates ($12 'c .. '' '
On a 3,000-foot height, ,er- spent more than five million dol- single, $20 double, with meals) is 7. 7 .:p
million~ ~ ~ ~ do, sinle -.20 dobe wit mels is- k
looking. t~i:~isti~i t. rdh ginger-
looking t glistein wite,. rath- -lars- Now there are 700 rooms the Oloffson, a rambling ginger- i
er rural' X-)iafis d'.IXr iu ',.,.mir ,
er rural capital luxurious aailable in Port-au-Prince, a 30 bread mansion that was once the K. "1' S _To.
g' lassed-in .p,9..dii b'wiert"ai- per cent increase in accommoda- home of a 19th Century president, ... P :.. *' -' ,.!t
t's- fashionohenspous elitet..dine ltibns over last year. This winter A favorite haunt of U.S. artists .. .
with. a .'sip:'Orbview,.of sea. 'sraty, tourists can reach Port-au-Prince and writers, it is sought primari- -
mpduntaint ,d'pIis. .' K.:,',, in three hours'from Miami and ly for its typically Haitian atmos- r l ui st -,,, :
SPossessing' probablyy &e most seven and a half from New York phere. "Na h a. l ....*
whimsical telephone system', in by Pan American World Airways, The uproar of market places, '" : .'"-.. r'
'the "world,. Port-au-Prince bo'sts with no change of plane. And the breathtaking drives through "a.
telephonee specialists,, residents this winter, they will see an even the peagreens patchwork of val- X' A o "r ni" '1
JohnnIe Walker must be. googd, toL remain -in tb V
who ,cla uinm. uii4g one's telephone, mole exciting Haiti, leys or 'in the misty, pine-clad of Scotch Whiskies for over3 y '
upside down,, sMakng it "gbrous- .With an appreciative audience, highlands where tiered cornfields -m be ood to. pass the. scrutiy ,o d 3 '
ly: 9r:.di:dig the 'wroiig rin ber, the cultural upsurge that began defy steep slopes, the wonderland With rer 13o.yers experience behind the -..4i ,
will produee the' p-oper' rIsults- just a few years ago is now in revealed by spear fishing and N.ui r A m* t t :
'although it may take, hours. full bloom. The Haitian primiti- glass bottom boat trips all T ''.i ":'W'MI
Six ,short years ago,: a handful yes that decorate almost every make bewitching pastimes for vi-. saOM o 'ie 2-ST i GOING..S-i .. .,
of pleasure visitors -,7,810 to. hote\ will send tourists scurrying sitors. Tyt todiy--you'ill : aitpj : ::.'-, .,
be exact wandred- "down to to the Centre d'Art where they i To their own loss, few visitors 1. 10*4 ,'.
this island of tumbled mountains..can select tranquil- landscapes or go to Cap Haitien on the north ., '
basking under a Caribbean sun. "rthi, nn-rtr..n.q nf native life coast. Yet this is the region where -DTSTIB1'TOR: PR.t. 1ZMfAN-AC ,.' C6.


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SAILED FROM MOROCCO TO HAITI

SPole And Frenchman Sailed Here
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The crew of the two yachts
that sailed into Port-au-Prince
three weeks ago, flying the
French tri-colors, prod to be
more than just phantoms this
week when they were brought to
bay by Your Reporter-
. The crew of each yacht consists
of one man who is the owner., cap-
tain and cabin-boy all rolled into
one. Jean -Limasson of the 34mot
schooner cNausicaav arnd Rornin
Raczynski, of the 1efoot slemp
,Froise an Vent, turned out to-be
two genuine salts "Fi their early
thirties, sailiog the- deep water
foi' no other reason than their
pleasure'..
The two men met in Mboroeo
while dbing a three-year stint as
civilian employees for the United
States Army Transportation Corps.
Remain, a Pole wft is at home inl
the French and English languages,'
tasted salt water for the first time
s a fisherman, and: spent the war
years in the British Navy. He built
his trim, little craft the ,Froise air
Vent* of mahogany in Casablanca,
and under 16 square meters- of
canvas, and nro engines, be sailed
across the Atlantic in 27 days,
averaging 100 miles a day. His comn


panion on the crossing was another
seasoned sailor, Yves Cguyonnet.
Arriving in Curacao, Romain toot
a job for a year as Chief Mate on
a Dutch ship on the mail- run
through the Lesser Antilles while
Yves caught a freighter back to
Casablhnc and sailed across the
Atlantic a second time, with Jean'
in his 35-foot ,Nausicaa.,
The two yachts were provision'
ed in Curacao and together weigh-
ed anchor, sailing for Ciudad TI.
jfllo. Fronr Ciudad TIrujillo they
Assailed to JaomeT. rendez-nus-ing
every night t-r ten.
From S aemel the .Froise -a.
Vents and the 'Nausicaa ambled.
up to Pibrt ar Prine, takin two
leisurely months to cover the dis-
tance around the coast.
Yves Guyemet returned to Mor
roeco by yact .uTI enrbid '-to
Guadeloupe and French Cargo
Steamer t6 CasaUanca.
The two yachtsmen, leisurely
careening fteir boats at Henri Bor-
no's pier at BIzoton have not de-
cided tvhici is to be their next
port-of-call, and they confided to
Your Reporter that they are not
giving the, snbfet much thought,
at least for the present.


13 CUBANS INV.4DE ISLAND

LEASED fIY CLARENCE MOODY'

Clarence B. Mody's island off lower that flag, and replace It
Cuba was turned into a comic with the Cuban flag..
opera invasion stand hold by 13 Some of the Cubans began to
C uba n patriots who spent 20 tug at the ropes 6f the 87-ft flag
hours there in a token wSiege pole flying the,. British. .cqo0rs,
last Friday. Not a single shot had bout stopped when they received'
been fired by the nationalists who a stern ordedrThey then moun-
chartered a fishing boat to Cal ted their Cuban flag oii a Jive
Sal when they' were threatened toot stick and stick the stick. in
with an appeal for UN aid and the ground. in front .of a wooften
departed. shack, it f'as reported." '.
Only one 'of the invaders was The men were orderly, and
armed, it was reported, and he some slept on the beach, or iht
made no attempt to use his 32. a shack all night the Nassau Po-
caliber revolver, and reports that lice Commissionhr was informed
they had shouted antiBritisb when with his aides he flew to
statements was denied, by autho Cal Sal early Friday. He left
rities. three armed constables con' the
The move by the patriotss island Lo forestall future possible.
was explained as probably being incidents.
liuled with an official feeling The island was. recently leased
that the C u b a n government to Mr. Clarence B. Moody of Bay-
should make a bid to obtain the shore Drive, Miami ,and he has
tiny British island, 130 riiles 16 American workmen there
southeast of Mliami, and nearby building t fishing lodge. Mr.
tiny atolls, basing their claim on Moody termed the invading Cu-
chistorical evidence.* bans a bunch of. hot heads with
The leader of the group of 13 nothing better to do.v
men who arrived on the island Mr. Moody further declared
of Cal Sal at 3:00 P. M Thurs- that Sal Cal had always been a
day was identified as Cesar Ve- traditional ba-e for smuggling
ga, 29, a Havana business main. operations and that he wondered
Addressing the permanent Bri- it his building operations.,haven't
t i s h representative stationed inconvinienced someone. The
there he said: This island right- general consensus of opinion, is
ly belongss to Cuba and in the that the Cuban Government had
name of Cuba we are going to not backed the landing.
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RESULTS OF TREPONEMATOSIS CONGRESS
With the departure of the Tre- larie Carmel Nau, University of. field visits in connection \,ith
ponematosis Congress delegates Madrid graduate. .Haiti's Yaws Eradication Pro-
last week-end, after six days of Messieurs Pickering and Du- gram, and on Saturday morning,
rounfid-table discussions, lectures, quell, Att.ches of the Secreta- the Eight Working Session, the
and studies on tropical diseases, riat of the Presidency, and Mr. Di- rc.ding and discussion of the fin-
their control and eradication, dier Maisonneuve of RONEO were al report of the Congress was the
Haiti has gained further distinc- official interpreters of the Con- principal activity.
lion for the contribution it is ma- .ress.
king to the development of me- Program of 6-Day Session To- Receptions and Entertainment
dical science history. :' pics Treated in Honor of Visitors
Closen .a4s the-seat of the Con- The Inaugural Session of the President Paul E. Magloire and
gres,,for 'tepresentatiyes of 15 Treponematosis Congress took the First Lady received the dele-
Latin and. South Ameiican'.69un-, place at 'the National Pailace, on gates at a cocktail parton around
tries because of the outstanding Monday, morning October 22nd the swimming pool at noon Thurs
success obtained,' here during a under the Honorary Presidency of day, in their private residence -
10-year. YVls Eradicatipn Cam'- President Paul Eugene Magloire. -Villa General Magloire,* in Tur-
paign, Haiti gave the delegates an Minister of Public Health, 'Mr. geau.
opportunity of studying the ques- Elie Sd. Villard made the open- SCISP Director, a.i. Dr.' Ri-
tion in.the country that has achi- ing address. chard Prinidle hosted a reception
eyed the greatest results. The work' sessions tvere held for the visitors on'Monday after-
The United States and Canada at the Legislative Palace in the noon.
sent specialists to sit-in on the Exposition City. Dr. Charles Rein, Theatrical and Folklorique per
discussions of the experts from and Dr. C.A. Smith of PASB who formances were given specially
Cuba, Dominican Republic, Me- were selected to present introduc- for the delegates on Sunday and
xico, Jamaica, Guadeloupe, Domi- tory statements on the topics co- Wednesday. evenings at the Ma-
nique, Martinique, St. Vincent, vered by the program, sillon Coicou Theatre de Verdure.
Trinidad, Venezuela, Colombia, Topics Presented by Experts Highlighting the social events
Ecuador, Peru.and Brazil. 1 Extent of the Trepone- honoring the distinguished visit-
Dr. Elie Sd. Villard, Minister matosis Problem in the Americas ors was the closing reception giv-
of Public Health headed the Hai- By Drs. A. H. Bica and J. Roman en Saturday evening by Public
tian delegation which was compo- II-Education Concept in. Corn- Health Minister and Mrs. Ele Vil-
sed oF Dr. Athemas Bellerive, Di- municable Disease Central by Dr. lard, at Hotel Riviera. The folk-
rector Gdneral of Public Health, F. L. Soper) lore troop presented by Mrs. La-
/ Dr. .Lucien Pierre-Noel, Assistant III The Yaws Eradication vinia Williams Yarborough de-
Public Health Director, Dr. Program in Haiti by Dr E. Petrus lighted the guests.
Edouard Petrus, noted specialist IV- Round Table Discussion Joint Sponsorship
who conducted Haiti's .Yaws Cam- on Treponematosis Eradication or The Treponematosis Congress,
paign, Dr. Roger St. Victor and Control PrOgrams in Other Coun- an internationaW meeting held
Mr.-Georges. Jean. ... .. tries (With' short statements, by from October 21st to 27th, took
The Scien &O o .bitt~e j..n- Brazil, Colombia, Dominican' Re- place under the auspices of the
eluded -....,eoV..:..I-oul public, Ecuador, Mexico, Jamaica Haitian Government, and fhe Pan
Pi e-r ta "M; re.- and Trinidad). American Sanitary Bureau, Re-
.Loui : V -"General Considertions on gional Office oLthe World Health
i e. re: Education Program: .Organization for the America#.
Mr. Frack Bazin, .'ecretarj Ge- a) Objectives, Work Methods, its main purpose was to provide
nereotPobiicl.ealf th D? tChar- Training of Personnel, and Ad- an opportunity for free and infor-
los..Dtmbreviille,-' Direotor.-Admi- ministration by Drs. G. Saman6. R. mal discusion and exchange of
nistrator-oe'-tt-Camspa-g 6 o1 In- Nicol- and R. Manrique). views and experiences among all
sect .Cntrol; Dr. -G-.rr'd o-yer,,- b) Therapeutic Aspects by Dr. participants with respect to the
f 4C.lg& '4N. Gumaraes problem of the treponematoiis
.. NN.,- ';-.: ff,', .,,;:r es
d .e S, c) Role of. the Laboratory by and the most effective ways of
C .^ ^ ^ .^f"!,^"i "i" Dr. 0. Rein, approaching it, with special em-
.. e.. e-Lois, o- d) Role of"'Health Education phasis on the yaws and pinta pro-
liT an' medical 4.a Programps by Mr. N. Craig blems in the Americas.
so oD'. Bastidn, Dl- e) Integration with Other Pu-
retor o"e"ntio na g b Healrth.p
recto oi national Congress blic Health Programs by Dr. PARAMOUNT
and! Lecture ivisorij -n" Dr. Bichat Rodrigues; T A
., .. I To a
James -Dwnelel. Formerly ICA f) Budgetary Aspects by Mrj 3:00 P.M. Don Winslow
Field Party for Health, ICA. Georges. Jean; 5-7-9:00 Tat que Souflera
Gv6rnvmental /United NationA g) Supervision of Field PersonL 5 Tat que Soufflera
ri" ", ,a Tempete
and"U.S. Mission bureau furnish- nel by Dr. P.F. Fausto; on
ed personnel for the Bi-Lingual h) Surveys by Dr. J. Morales Monday
Secretarial and Interpreting Garcia; 6.00 P.M. Coiffure Pour Dames
Secrt~al and Interpreting Garcia-;usa
Corps,, to work under the direc- i) Evaluation by Dr. C:A. Smith Tuesday
lion pf Miss Rios of the Pan Amer- Other topics covered were Bi- -8:15 Tant que soufflera la Te
ican Sanitary Bureau. The Corps material Programs of Internation- pete
included Miss Denize Roy of the al Cooperation (ICA); UNICEF Wednesday
Department of Commerce; Miss Participation in Treponematosis 6-8:15 PM L'Egytien
Gisele Apollon and Miss Jacque- Eradication Programs by R. L. Da- Thursday
line Williams of the Public Health vece and Miss A. Shaffer; and-Out- 6-8:15 P.M. La Veuve Joyeuse
Department; Miss Marie-Franqoise look for New Treponematosis Era Friday
Berger of United Nations; Mrs. cl dication Programs in the Coun- 6-8:15 P.M. Tan que soufflera la
May St-Cyr, Mrs. M-arcelle Fils- tries of the Americas. Tempte .
Aime, Mrs. Hildegarde Moise and The Program for Friday Octob- Satuiday
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As this column was going to bed early this week because of the
Thursday and Friday holidays; Port au Prince was not basking in its
100% pure sunshine, but was cloaked in a cloud'and socked by'cosa'
tinuoUs rain. The outlook was plain dismal.
Worse than the rain which was a relief from continuous sunshine 1
was the news that two of the Hungarian star footballers Ferene Pus-"
kas and Sanor Koscis had been killed along with ten thousand of
their countrymen in their present rebellion. / .
Many discussed the rights and the wrongs of the shooting of teak'
Cuban refugees in the Haitian Embassy in Havana and deplored the-
incident because of the good relations that exist between the two "
republics.

Tuesday, the Haitian teled l. that often records world news be--
'Tore it happens declared that the Israelian were straddling the Suez
Canal and had -upped the. toll charge by fifty per cent. :
. Forgotten for the moment was te local political race. But the rai.. '
was costing candidates a lot' of -money in .imprimeriea bills. The rain .
washed so incessantly down the streets of the Capital that candidates :
images slid away from paper, paste, walls, fences and coconut trees.
and slid out to sea. Call it erosion if ypu will but it brings to mind i
that cars in Haiti are also political. PerBaps nowhere in' the world' -:'
does an auto display its views so clearly as in Haiti, In most countries...
during a political campaign the four wheel dbtnons carry, a flag or" ."
candidate. Here they boldly carry tlie campaign photo of their bwn.er'"
choice. .
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An example of how the nature of a car changes was illustrated re-':.:',
cently when a politician sold his ear to a tax..driver. ".... b(it"' b ':
the bargain been made than the chauffeur removed the I6fage obth" '
previous owner's -candidafe and!put in its place a calendar picture of 6
a Marylin Monroe-type blonde. It- didn't take longfor caspitaifs to
understand -hat- the auto was no longer political.. : -,.; ,
As knights of old once carried their emblems onigi' -
members of the political family carry photos on the ndow
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| DUt PLAISANT AU SEVERE,

L'Iypoihese de Rivet est-elle fondue?

'. PAR DANIEL ARTY
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S' 'eat donc due la g6ographie a determine la distribution des races
'"" .A travers le continent br6silien: si, & l'encontre des Etats-Unis d'Am6-
rigue, les populations noires sont dissemin-es surtput au nard du
pays trndisr,-'au sud d DeIllo Ilorizonte, on rencontre plut6t des
.': lements'de 'race blanchLe, c'est qu'il existe deux Bresils thermiques.
V C'est Oe facteur g6ographique qui ndus fait cdmprendre pourquoi cer.
S tamies regions des U.S.A. sont A peu pris indemnes de toute infiltration
f' de sang. nagre: mais c'est le facteur des migrations internes qui nous
," fait comprendre comment Chicago a pu devenir, en mains d'un Idemi-
.. -.sie.e,- une grande .agglomeration de noirs. Ce facteur (migrations
internes, e5ode rural) a.jou6 6galement en faveur de Rio. La capital a
P"' exercd un si puissant attrait sur les homes des 6tats avoisinants quo
;.sa :population s'est levde do 27-1..972 h. en 1372, A 651.565 en 1900;
.. ,de. 1.l57 873 en 1920 A 2.4i.3.l1f2 en 1950. Or, bien que le taux de la na-
.ht6" soiat beaucoup mains 4lev6 dans les grandes villes comme Rio
q;u...i. sedans les campagnes, le taux d'accroissement' des masses urbaine.s
'-..' est superieur A celui de-Ja population rurale: 49% centre 18%. I1' faut
'4. 0-onc en conclure que les migrations internes ont favoris6 l'essor
'';f- dgmographique de Rio-de-Janeiro et des autres grandes villes. Mais,
'- .dans ces d6placements de population, comment doser la contribution
: ... respective des races blanche et noire? Quel a Wt- l'apport des noirs
Sd"ns ce mouvementvers les grades villes? Cet apport a-t-il et insi-
_:gx.tant? Tant qO'i nous sera impossible de doser la contribution des
4 deux rdces daus le peuplement moderne de Rio, nous ne pourrons at-
tki : i buer a ala: mrudltiplicit6 des unions' .1'6liminalion de I'dldment noir.
'-:Dautre part, il faudiait mene se demander si des families noires n'ont
:,.'. pas deirt6 la capital pour gagner d'autres communautes? Au BrAsil,
'. nbus 1'avons deja dit; l'artihm6tique politique ne se fonde pas stir les
"!-particularitds raciales. I1 nous sera done difficile de r6pondre A toutes
S;':'.e questions. De toute favon, la composition, ethnique de la capital
.' ansi que la condition 6conomique des ancient enclaves laissent suppo-
S..ser.oue les noirs n'int pas grandement contribute au peuplement de
]J::".a rille moderne. C'est l'occasion pour nous de mettre I'accent sur un
f.'. ait qui a ici toute son importan-
.',.,. : ce. Lorsque l'on parole de 1'bar-
,'.. ... molue racial ai Br6sil, de CL
*que Szweig appelait cla negation
totale et consciente de toufe dis
erimination raciale, on oublie dq
reiknir quae 'aboition n'a mod:
'ie 6'en auciine faqon Ie nivean so
cial 'et. conomique de ]a mass
1 noi: elle eat demeuree au bas
de l'lehelle. S'l1 est vrai d'autre
A ," qUe Ia. atalit6 est plus forte
.-. V.' 1 '.dahs .esa-Lasses pauwres il est en
.- i.. .6" .ore i.0que .ltax,-de%- Ia mor
I ". b9.. LR. "'. .. O'. W ,.b -.t ..-..', U. .'.
.. :., ^"" ^^^;..... ... .. '- .', ".tie dt st e.ur '&200
,-,. J ., -t 5 .u:, u ,*a ii. Lia iorta1 est d'au
.":^.4 ". -' ,, 4 .:_". atpl aflieeche.les noirs que
|.' ui"'"gM 4iAeau. de vile est plus ba,4.cew,iptdihnue leur rythme .d'&accrois-
q ii 'aei.et ,Lorsque M. Rivet 'cncati1que ,io' est devenue une ville blan-
*q. ehe, i- .doit done tenir .egalemiztbdh fpite .des conditions particull6res
du vloppement. hftoriqu'ices,.poirs. A e sujet,-rappeldns qu'une
eiqu:' gute menee par 1'UNESCO- i 1951 das les grandes-'agglomerations
W.'qtbaines. soulignait: les factrs.adver'es d'unp forte concentration
'.'*...'d'immigraits europ6ens, et de Jeurs descendants ainsi que lea prob!&-
in' 'es'tranitoires dun rapide_..de eloppement urbain gui ont engendr6
5.,,,des forces limitdes de segregati6n tendant A rel6guer ls noirs dans
I;p. *'" u situation desavantageuge dans les. emplois ou A les refouler 'en
toute autre parties du pays..
Q." oiqu'il en soit. il ne semble pas que les noirs soient ep regression
.:. "au.Bresil, puisque les statistiques demontrent qu'ils sont encore pro.
(.t! _P.ortionnellement nombrenx. Si le rythme d'augmentation.des noirs est
.. .lenit, (ce qui n'est d'ailleurs pas prouve) c'est que depuis 1852 leur ac-
it*-.roissement depend uniquement de I'excedent des naissances sur les
6c.'... s. 11 ne semble pas d'autre part que la race noire au contact avec
;'..' 'unqrace differente presente peu de resistance A l'absorption, puisque
., ,-ses representants torment 70% de la population de Bahia et plus de
-eK, 50% dans les regions de vieille colonisation ou lea trois races ,ont
pi"... 'ourtant depuis' Iongtemps en presence. Si done les noirs sont 6limi-
S.;. .nes'Se Rio, ce phenomine ne peut s'expliquer d'abord gar la multi-
:."i p2citb des unions entree blancs et noirs. Dans ces conditions, il nous
1. faut accorder une certaine importance A d'autres facteurs: l'inondation
M..:,-- numerique des europdens, les problkmes transitoires d'un rapid de-
"'"veloppement urbain et les migrations internes.
Js- 4. II ne semble pas dai'lleurs qui Rio-de-Janeiro-' soit devenue une ville
; blanche, puisque les caracteres particuliers de la race noire sont en-
P? core tries apparent dans le facies d'un'grande partie de la population
M-. ite. blanche..
^ Sans accorder trdp de prix aux reportages legers dp M. Tibor Mende
'' Je voudrais reproduire certain commentaires oui lui ant 6t0 suggdrds
.;- Jors de son recent sejour au Bresil: -Les satistiques officielles parlent
,'. de quarante pour cent de Blancs et de quarante pour cent de Noir.
: '. ani Bresil. II y a aussrchez les propagandistes brasiliens une tendance
y. :. ...nothble A fire remarquer que la proportion des Blancs s'accroit len
...t:'," cementt au depend des gens de conleur, ce qui est assez inexplicable.
]3;: Descites comme Rio, disent-ils, oa l'elIment noir predominait il y a ;
.., .,. r;np'. l'emPressement mis 5 publier ce genre de chose pour ccmpliare i
s.,;..., : *certaans pays Atrangers tend A fire douter. de la democratic ethniqui
:;'". pourtant indeniable du pays, les specialistes el lea experts academ!
ques les plus serieux et les plus impartiaux mettent.en doute la validili
de ces pretendus 'faitsa. Apres avoir sanctionnA' Ie snobism de h
couleur qui pousse les mdtis a se dire blancs, l'auteur ajoute: De.
gens qui ant consacrA plusieurs annees de leur vie a l'etde de co.
problemes m'ant affirmA que, loin de decroitre, I'Aldment negre oi
n e*.. ngroide Atait en progression A l'interieur du "Bresil..
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* Et maintenant, si nous ddlaissons un instant le Bcdsil pour inter- FOR SALE
roger l'histoire des noirs d'Afrique, de leur origine, de'leur formation,
de leur Avolution, que constatons-nous? Que dans les croisements avec. 1953 Oldi
des races differentes, les noirs ne se comportent pas conmme les souris tie transmisk
blanches. L'infiltration de sang negre e'cst-elle pas appqrente ehez power steer
les Coptes et les Fellahs de race mediterrankeqne? chez les Nubiens, In excellent
les Somali, les, Danakil? chez les habitants de la Lybie, de Ia Tunisie, ing country.
de I'Alghrie et du Mlaroc? Les Athiopiens ne prcsentent-ils pas des ca. rin at Unit
ractbres intermodiaires entte ceux des noirs et des blancs? EA n'est-il try to tetep
pas vrai que l'on retrouve encore certain caraetres' propres aum noirs
parmi des populations de France, d'ltalie, des Balkans? Si des mill.-
naires n'ont pu effacer le passage des ndgroides en Berberie, (eki Afri-
que du Nard) et meme en Europe, comment admettre que par la seule
vertu du metissage, ils aient pu Wtre Aliminds enr cent ans de Rio-de-
Janeiro? Toutes les donnkes de l'anthropologie at de la prehistoire
semblent au contraire nous prouver que l'hypothese de M. Rivet n'est
pas fondue.


Elle n'en demeure pas mains seduisante. II faut seuilement ddplorer
quc Rivet n'ait consacrA qu'un seul paragraphe de Stn beau livre A
cette passionnanti question. Si par impossible son Yvypothkse devait
s'averer vraie, on pourrait croire avec quelqu'apparence de raise a
ainsi (Cu'il le pense, qu'avec lIn suppression des barri&reai morajes, Ic
probleme des races serait vile r6solu aux Etats-Unis Slant donnL
d'ailleurs', la grande disproportion numdrique entire lea repr6sentants
des deux races, il se pourrait fort bien que la tAche noire soil rdsorbe
en de;os de tout phdnom-ne biologique. Aussi, ne croyans-nous pas
ndcessi,;rp pnu-ir mutant de p:trler" de caracteres dominants' eat dominos.
En I'etat actuel de nos connaissances, il nous semnble done que le juge-
ment de Rivet sur les travaux d'Ameghino pourrait aussi' len s'ap-
pliquer A son hypothise: Elle prciede de loin les fats suar resquels
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Thousand Attend Benefit Variety Sh
At Theatre de Verdure For Lumanc


Over a thousand spectators
turned out last Sunday night, un-
Sdaunted by the threatening rain,
for the Variety Show staged by ar
fists associations for the benefit
of the Lumane Casimir Fund, at
Theatre de Verdure, in the great-
est local artistic event this season.
Opening with Morisseau-Lerpy's
poenm .Mcl Papa' Dessalines', re-
cited by- Clovis Bonhomme, the
biograply of, Miss Casimir's life
and artistic achievements w I
read by Radio Port-au-Prince Di-
rector Antoine Herard who i4
sponspring the movement' for aid
to the. singer who is sick1.and des-
titute.
Miss Diane Adrien, the visiting
Ametlean artist wh6 has just comn
pleted an engagement at Casino
International, charmed the au-
dience with her rendition of three
love songs singing in French, Cre-
ole and Spanish. ,
She ended singing, a .duet
with Bandman Trouillot, accom-
panied on the piano by M. Duro-
seau.
The, -Jazz des Jeunes, played
several Haitian meringies, and
included the number Paralysie',
a' touching, sweet melody, report-
ed to be a favorite song of Lu-
mane Casimir's.

The artists of the SNAD pre-
sented the play ,L'Arrive, 'a ta-
bleau'on the pitiful condition of
the slaves of San Domingo. Pierre
Blain, one of the principal actors
shook the audience with his inter-
pretation of a' melancholic voodou
chant the prayer of a slave to
his African gods for pity:
'Moin ce pitite, moins pas gain
fan-mi,
rMoin' pas 'galndin Z-.
,Moui i
.^I#S'Zamds'
1 (.''am a motherless child, no
6it;s Oh Zabu, where are you?)
.Te, troupe of the Theatre Po-
pu.ure Haitien staged a local co-
mnedy, -Les cocus Iinaginaires
which brought peals of laughter
frd'in the audience.
Several l'folk songs from the Lu-
mane. Casiniir Special Album of
Bi-Centennial celebrations were
beautifully interpreted by Miss
Paulette St. Lot, and her warm
voice was greatly admired in
eMoin tande yon canon qui tire,'
and 'Papa Gued bel gagon'.
The National Folklore Troupe
executed the 'Danse Congo- and
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the -Contre Danse, with Madame
Renaud anil Andre Germain in
the principal roles.
'Bons.ir, mon cher public,' an-
nounced Ti-Roro on 'the stage, in
his -first appearance at Theatre
de Verdure since he was dismiss-
ed earlier this year from the trou t
pe For 15 minutes he plungedhis
cher public' into an ecstatic sta-
te, while his nimble fingers thum-
ped warm rythm from three co-
nic drums. People were lost und-
er the spell of the tambour solo
when Ti-Roro broke the charm by
announcing in his usual elegant
manner: 'Ca-a c6 Chicago!l (This
one is Chicago).
The Life of Lumane Casimir
Born on Qdtober 14, 1922,, in
a Cap-Haitien suburb Lumane Ca-
simir showed singing talent in
her infancy. Of humble condi-
tion, she soon became a side-walk
star, as she sang with all her soul
through the same narrow, dusty
streets of the old city, everyday.
Several years passed and no one
thought of her anymore. But one
day, in Limonade, the pilgrimage
site of the North, people noticed
a young woman singing and play-
ing the guitar for) the crowd of
pilgrims. It proved to be Lumane,
the maiden who had gone from
door to door, from village to vii.
lage a guitar on her'arm and'
a song on her lips. Most of the
songs were her own compositions,
the rest she made up from the po-
pular repertory.
In 1942, doubtless tired of. be-
ing a solitary'troubadour, Lumane
became Haiti's first woman mem-
ber of a professional dance porches
tra when she sang with the 'Jazz
Mano. and 'Youou. in Cap-Hai-
tien, and with An9ste in Borgne,
and Daniel in Gonaives.
Lumane came to Port-au-Prince
for the first time in 1946 and h;d
the luck of meeting Madlame Lina
Mathon Blanchet and Antal Mu-
rat. This was the turning point
in Lumane's career. Her new
friends helped her to improve
and become interested in her voi-
ce possibilities. She sang before
the elite of the Capital, for the
first time, at a reception in the
residence of Engineer and Mrs.
Robert Baussan, when he occupi-
ed the post of Under-Secretary of
Tourism. Through this contact
the path of glory opened up be-
fore the talented singer.


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ow By Artisfs the plumed collonnade of the
SS S symbolic palm trees for caustic.,
Casimir Fund Sings in New York, Havana and
Dominican Republic
As the woman Ambassador of
Haitian folklore and popular-art,
Later the capivating voice ot Miss Caiimir sang at New York.
the artist, amplified by the radio, at the Ziegfeld Theater. The poet,
rose towards the skies of Bella- Ambassador Jean Brierre who
dire one memorable evening, with accompanied her on this trip
the effect of fireworks. After this came back with an amusing story
success at the city built at the about Lumane. She peered out tl-
border as a monument to the pres midly from the wings of a Brba&
tige and pride of the Haitian peo- way theatre and experienced a
pie, Lumane became the darling bad case of stage-fright a few mi-
of the' country. She thunder-bolt- nutes before she was to do her
ed to glory, number.
'Then came the bi-centennial Demands Haitian Rum During
exposition at Port-au-Prince,' Di- Case of Stage-Fright
rector Herard, her biographer -
continued, *the crowd of visitors ,Du rhum, the girl demanded
from Europe and the Americas in her wellknown amanifre auto-
could not find words to praise the ritaire.' She refused to go on
natural talent of the girl. Her without first having a drink of
songs play on the senses and car. the good rum of her own country,
ry you outside of yourself under as a 'stimulant for her -talents.,
the magical-charm of this voice Mr. Brierre said they were in
which filled the Theatre de Ver. for 'a mauvais quart 'd'heure',
dure unique of its type, the but diligence was made to find
backdrop of which 'embraces the Lumane her beverage. Immedia-,
majestic infinitenesis of the sky, itely after gulping down a sizea-


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ble glass of the precious liquid,
Mr. Brierre declares the artist.
bounded onto the stage just in
time and made the conquest of
thousands in the audience as she
gave on of her best performances
When the artist sang in Hava-
na- during a tour of Cuba she was
hailed as 'La Celia Cruz d'HaitL.
When she sang at Elias Pina in
the Dominican Republic, spectt-
ors declared that Lumane had
added something special to the
celebrations on the occasion of
the historic meeting between Pre-
sidents Magloire and Trujillo.
Lumane today is being trted
for her complicated illness and
paralysis at the Albert Schweitzer
Hospital at Dusehapelles. Afer,
22 days she is reported to have
gained 25 pounds. At 30 years of
age, with 'the skill of her doctors
her recovery has great possibili-
ties. It is hoped that she will be
restored to health and complete-
ly rehabilitated through the aid
of generous hearts that are con-
tributing to the Lumane Casimir
Fund sponsored by Radio Prt-au-
Prince.


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V-:. .- Among the passengers arriving Lifting S laudard Of 1Livihg In The Country
w!t.: .aboard the Padama Liner's S.S.
|.^,.f .",'~ -~ .^*Panama. tomorrow morning are With Choutourine Ieds
the following:
Luc Aina "
1 Mr. and Mrs Guido J. Barbie.ri, i
.r i Wand 2 children I
Louis Bastien
Mis" a GGMiss Enaeia Belizare .
Mrs. Louise Biamby
Frumance Bien-Aim6 [
c. ,,-Celer.Eknes
-r, thrR Mrs Maria C assagnol StI
Y.1;Mr. and Mrs. John Burhanna
Q Celmer Eikness
: Popplar American Consul Joe teresting visitors are from pAlaba-' aClemenceh eEtienneene
ossis Ipaving town on p short ma.
S..annual leave this week nd. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herzfeldt
is taking a slow boat up the Ori- returning from three months Mrs. Georgette Hogarth
r:. oco and 'flying back., home-leave in Chicago today are Herbert Holman "Cr, "
'" dthe Malcom, Jnsens of petionvil- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jorgenson
a '. Mrs oger Denis went tb New ie and the public works dept. His Mr. and iss. Douglas Kingsland ,.
SYork City Wednesday 9n a health wife Dee and their three children Mrs. Yolonde J. Maisonnet .. C p
trip pre riding in a new red (fire en- Mrs. Harold C. Parks ., ,
'ine red) Chevvie. i Mr. and Mirs.. Kenneth .Postel
a Mile" Bibou Desrue, Secretary and i r am d s o Ry and daughter Ser- "at
at the -Golden Stamp. office oh- Goblins and witches roamed Antoine J. Saba .,. .... '=..
S..served' her birthday November Paillant (Reynolds Mine Camp) I Gabriel St German Sassine at othe cil t i n St. arc.
"t: :.. 2rid:'. over Miragoane two Saturday J. N. Widman -
The birthday anniversary of n ights ago in a pre-Holloween par- The standard of living in the country is being lifted by thle efforts
SMrs Lieutenant Franck Laraque" ty which had the local tonton Ma- NEW C.I.C. COMMITTEE.ELEC- of a far-sighted local firm and a jily, dapper salesman.
I..was observed Wednesday evening coute and loup garou completely ED. Mateco, a trbsidiary of Charles De liean & Company; and salesman



in. Maretovlle withea toran heri-se tumpoed. Over 15omngrs ers Dr and Sctt Jean maition Ray- -
N Petionville with a and e i- stumped. Over 150 miners and The new Committe of the Inter Jean Sassine are elevating (he country folk from their ma natte
ly get together dyer a deliious Federic Snarers and their Port national Club -de Commerce re- bed to a four-legged iron bed with accompanying springs which car.
buffet dinner. friends reportedly had a great cently. ejected is: President He- ies the stam well made in Hiti., imprinted on it.
vn r he time. ratrd Roy, 1st Vip Jean Pierre Le- The bed, which is serln uckafi named tChoecoune, benfaetoed
Dr and Mrs Alec EarlB e and grand 2nd Vip Emmanuel Am- in H aiti has slashed the retail price of beds by 40%. A Company-spo[-
their strapping young son Alec. Peter'de Verteuil son of Royal bruise, Secretary Serge Gaillard,
esman said they not only are turning to manufacture items that were'
Junior are coming to town.today Bank Manager observes his 9th Treasurer Wesner Lahens. once imported at higher costs amd drained off local capital, but the),
Schweitzer Hospital to wel- birthday.in style today with par- The officers of last year willmonceoimorteatherco sts and ded ocalecapital, but the
-:-ome Dorothy's mother in from ty at the Petionville Club.. stay on the board of directors for mean to go to the country people and demonstrate and earplain the
York on a visit. Last to leave Port after the Tre- the next two years. They are and necessity for a better happier and healthier life.
'6..t1, L..NwYr navst at olaePr fe h r-th ettoyas hyae The man who is criss-crossing the Republic from market to market.
Marcelle Gardere tore. herself' prnematoses.Congress were Dr. Jack Scott, Jean Desquiron, Ray- mito mre
away from her 'TAMS draft in Cecil- H-ackett an Aditralian with mond D'Adesky. Lionel Paquin, and demonstrating the bed that will permit, them tosleep
New York and flew home'to visit WHO in Geneva and 'Luis was and Jules Taylor. up off the floor at less expense than a. mahogany or
the family over the weekend, responsible for the Sound work. The traditional annual banquet iron bed is a salesman who is more like a vautleviLle
.' Accompanied to the plane Thurs- ot the *transmission des pou-actor than a man on a mission But from all reports,
Mrs Anita Riddle wife of the day by Dr. Nichols Luis with his voirs. will be held at Aux Cosa- Sassine has got amazing results from J'eremie to Au Cap in 164 local
-.UJ Airmission chief here, is en- box .of lgicks permitted French ques next Saturday night. This is' markets where hb has stoodpbeside his truck load of beds and with
':-:-tertaJning her. mother and her English and Spanish to be trans- the only occasion on which mem- the loud-speaker, told
friend Mrs Ward. Both of the in- lated.. simulaneously. hers allow women into their Club the story of sChoucoune'.
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November 1st and 2nod were ob-
served as All Saints Day, and All
Souls Day, respectiVely, through-
out the Republic. Masses and vi-
sits to the cemetery by'the fami-
lies marked the manifestations.
Chief of New York Civil De-
fense* Mr. Hofmeister is a guest
at Hotel Montana.

The Chonchon Hakime fanhily
has been ,augmented, by one.
Their first baby arrived last Fri-
*.day and is to be christened Ralph.

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Borno
are the parents of a charming baby
;irl. The little lady was delivered
2! Clinique Dr. P6tion in PNtion-
Ville on October 24th cMaman.
is the former Francoise Silvera.

Miss Ghislaine Michaud and Jac-
ques Barjon exchanged vows last
Thursday evening at Basilique No
ire Dame of Port-au-Prince.

Deputy and Mrs. Marcel Renaud
welcomed a new member to the
family on October .19lth -Mar-
eel, filss put in an appearance
weighing a healthy 8 pounds.

Mr. Julien P. Fromer, of the
State Department arrived Thurs-
day, from Washington. He is in
charge' of the Haitian-Dominican
Desk of the Middle-American Bu-
reau of the Institute of Inter-Ame
rican Affairs. Mr. Fromer is ex-
pected to remain in Haiti from a
week to ten days. N

Haiti will be represented at the
Congress on Cooperatives opening
in Jamaica, November 7th, by Mr.
Sullen Lauture. The Congress will
be held under the auspices of the
American League of Cooperative
Societies, (CLU) with headquart-
ers in the USA.

Mrs. Lea St Rome, and daught
er Mrs. Gerard Bazelais celebrat-
ed their birthday on October 23.
-Conjonction, h as "consecrated
its latest issue to the Jubilee ce-
'lebrafloni of Dr. Jean Price-Mars.

Jean Gardere, proprietor of
Rum Babancourt, one of Haiti's
oldest rum distilleries, returned
last week from six weeks in the
United States and Canada. Mr.
Gardere negotiated with import-
ers in the U.S., Ontario, Quebec,
New Brunswick and Nova Scotia,
and, the present 1800 gallon capa-
city of. Rum Barbancourt will be
increased to meet demands from
abroad.

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French Institute Director Fre-
deric Martin returned on October
26th from several weeks vacation
in France..Mrs. Martin and their
daughter Joelle accompanied him.
With Pastor Rocourt officiating,
Miss Marie Lydia Heraux became
MIrs. Ahx Angus at the Wesleyan
Methodist Church on Saturday 28th
of October.

The new Honorary Vice-Consul
of Haiti in Philadelphia is Mr.
Norman J. Kalcheim.
Mr. Porfirio Basora de la Rosa,
Dominican Rep. Ambassador in
Port au Prince flew to C.T. last
weekend.

Jean Guilbaud, employee of the
BNRH, returned home last Friday.
Leon Decatrel is back in town.
Rodolphe Augustin returned


Miss Evelyne d'Adesky will be
aboard the Panama Liner xrom
New York tomorrow

Mrs. Gladys Horelle, proprie-
tress of &Ouanga Dolls in the Ci-
te de l'Exposition returned from
two weeks in the U.S.,

Jacques Large of -Le Nouvel-
liste, staff left for New York on
Friday.


Eugene Baume
York Friday.

Joseph Cianciulli
a short trip to the
Emile Blanghard
ton on Thursday.


flew to New


left Friday on
U.S.
flew to Kings-


Ambassador Pierre Rigaud arri-
ved from Havana on Thursday.
His new post is Monrovia, Liberia.

Michael Rawson returned from
ihe U.S. Thursday to Hospital
Schweitzer at Deschapelles.
I
A group of five from -Family
Circle" magazine. ended a busy
two-day visit to Haiti last Friday
after using Port au Prince, Petion
Ville and Kenscoff sites as back-
grounds for fashion pictures for
the March 57 issue of their ma-
gazine.
The party included: Kathryn
Day, Fashion Editor, Nancy Camp
bell, Assistant, Bobbi Thompson


Tropi-Gas local Boss, Basil John
returned from the conference in
Cuba via PAA on Friday.

Pierre Benoit of the Finance
Department left for Bogota, last
Saturday. Invited by the Direction
General of Banque Populaire, Mr.
Benoit will contact the financial
enterprise heads of the Bank
headquarters in Bogota, and the
Minister of Finance of Colombia.
He is expected to stop briefly in
Venezuela on the return trip.

Lovely Miss Adrienne Jeudy (Di-
di) observed her birthday anniver-
sary last Friday. On the same eve-
ning a group of friends gave a
birthday party at her mother's Pos
te Marchand home.

Miss Marie Edith Janvier and
Mr. Fritzner Franck were married
at the Basilique Notre-Dame on
Saturday 28th of October. The
blessing was followed by a recep-
tion which was given by the
groom's Aarents at their Croix des
Missions home.
!
Mr. Harry Frederic and his char
ming little .sister Ginette (ti-mou-
ton) observed their birthday anni-
rersary on October 28th.

Mrs. Lena Ward, and Mrs. Nimie
Hare, officials of the U.S. Embassy
arrived here Monday.
Engineer Seymour Godefroy re.


iromn nis trip aoroao last rtnaay. and Ruth Miehels, Models, and Or turned from his special mission in
Maurice Etienne flew back to miond Gigli. Photographer. Jamaica on Monday
Port last week-end. I The Italian Embassy was trans-
It was Managing Editor Harold ferred to the new Chancellery
Pretty Jacqueline Fils-Ain& is o. Warren who recently visited building in the Cite de I'Exposition
engaged to Mr. Erwin Berthoid. the country for ideas to prep- on Thursday. I
Dr. Paul Boncy is back from the are Family Circle Magazine fash- The finishing touches are being
States. ion section in Haiti. rushed on the building which was
Engineer Frangois Georges, for- completed in 15 months by Archi-
mer IDASH director, flew to the Sleeve and Carol Goodman'flew tect Ciulio Certlana, 1st Embassy
States 'on a health trip Friday. back to New York this week-end Secretary for the formal inaugura
Miss Jacqueline Carrie, owner after a three-day visit at El Ran- cretary, for the formal. inaugura-
of the handicraft and dress shop chbo where they. won the meringue tion. The modern structure will
at the.CitU6 de 'Exposition is ex contest and were awarded a hot- house all the services of the Ita.
pected home from New York on tle of Barbancourt rum (5 stars). lian Embassy and Pavilon.
the SS -Panama., tomorrow Mr-s. Roland Rigaud flew to N.
Y. Wednesday to be at the side
:'-, --.; t ':'. .. -- of her sick husband who flew to
,. .. ,.' ...... ,. ', ." .. -. ,,New York last.week.
-' ~ ...' ""*'* '"'. "i,. ,, -" '[ '"' j"""- Engineer Pierre M arc-Petit will
.. 4'. ."* ', '-wy "be back soon from a study trip to
,.. '. 4" .. E urope.
.The .director of the National
"":." | i' ~ Bank in Cap Haitien and Mrs. An-
,," ......f. ...... drd Taverne-received a new addi-





visit sister Claudinette at school
Hai w. ,o in Washington b'hfore flying home
k ,. with husband George after the
W--'.,, I Asta Convention.
Travel experts Therese Martin
'' t ~and Jacqueline Gbldman returned
to their desks at Heraux' Tours
this paat,:week. The girls made a
educational tour of Europe that
lasted six weeks and left them
Haiti will loose two esympathiquess friends when the SS -Ancons with a font of knowledge.


sails for New York tomorrow. Leaving Haiti after five years are En-
gineer Charlie Leggett, his wife Isabel and their two daughters Yvonne
(12)-and Nancy (9).
Project Manager of TAMS tTippct, Abboti, McCarthy, Stratton) who
designed and supervised the building of the Peligre Dam and the Ar-
tibonitc Irrigation System. Charlie Leggett has left his mark on the
country. As a seasoned engineer, the took his degrees at Nprth West-
ern University) he was a godfather to young Haitian engineers for
whom he has the highest praise.
Engineer Leggett who has worked over South America on large engi-
neering projects said that the initiative, conscienciousness, serious ap-
Sproach to work and good judgement of the young Haitian engineers
is edifying.
Although the engineer is well thought ol in the Haitian community,
his belltter-htll, Isabel rivals that distinction. Isabel, a warm friendly
daughter of Venezuela took an active part in community work and
played the role of an Ambassadress from South America and New
York without briefcase but with tons of good humor
.--n_--


REG.TRADE MARK rcamous since
CL"


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'Whetlier yourr man wtins or not-
You'll enjoy listening to the
With a group of excited am


AU CHA


Tuesday. November 6th.
YoI can air your views-
Cheer for your party when
And groan loudly when it
You can even '.boos when the sp'
But please don't throw c.-y
Thic bar and restaurant will be o
Celebrate or dromrn your so


The Satt o01 rreetzman Agger-
holm and Company were enter- .
tained at a -Le Perchoirs lunch- .:
eon last Sunday by Company Di- ':.
rector and Mr". Aggerholm who'
recently returned from Europe. '
Speeches and toasts' were Wadp ,"
in an atmosphere of fraternity'

Melle Edith Rodriguez '
Weds Hlans Magel
One of the Capital's loveliest '
brides, was Miss Edith iodriguez
whose marriage to Hans Magel,
last Saturday evening, was celebra .
ted at the Saint Trihity LEpiscoal i'
Church, in a 6:30 ceremony.:a- a :-
tors Patrick and Gilles performed ':
the rites. :.
A fashionable gathering of :wed.
tling guests attended the sumptu-e .
ous reception given at the Ruese :.'
Nazon home of Madame Elvre -
leraux-Jonqs, grandmother' ;of ; '
the bride. ..'';
The chantilly lace, Marie-An- ...
'toinette bridal gown was import- 'A
ed from the eModern. Brides' 1- ..;:
lectioft featured by Burdines, 'in :
Miami. The -Reine Soraya d'rans ..
crown-and shoulder-length vbil of
'illusion lace, were also from i
Burdines. Madame Coupaud ar "A'
hanged the artistic coiffure of the ..:
young bride, who carried a' eTa- '"
bus bouquet of carnations and
lilies-of the valley.
The bride's mother, Mrs. Edith ,.
Jones-Rodriguez, made. an elegant, :"'
aMarraine de Naopes in a coar-l- .:
tinted nylon creation, mittens, and
lace pancake chapeau of the same -"
color. :
I' K:(>
The distinguished sparrains ;'
was Mr. Clement Jumelle, former "
Cabinet Member and ex-Minister. ..-
of .Finances. :'
The cortege'included six 4an-- :
ges d'honneurs wearing pink ny- '::
Ion floor-length dresses and .tia- "
ras of pink roses from .Tabu. ,."
Little Tony Mourra was'ring-bear- :
-er.
Lc ; ,* .' ,

SWitnesses singing fpr the young :0,
couple were: Mrs. Ienry Jones, :
Miss. Simone Petrts, Mrs. Li .A. f:
Jones, Berthony Madher, 'iUps ,,".
Bleher, Claus Melmann, :SA ...
D Parile,' L.A. Charlier, Miss1, ,:'.o !
lyn Jones, Eniique Rod6i!e,'.e -
puty. Gerald Roumain, oC.risda ''
Rodriguez and Nestoria ..rir$ '-,'
guez. ", -. .
The bride is the daughter.': .of;'.
Mr. and.. Mrs. Antonio Rodriguez, ..'i
Owners' of',Oso Blanco,- aid-' i-: "',
a' graduate of Ste. Rose de Lima, .
at Lalue. i
The groom is the son of- Mr... '
and Mrs. Franz Magel, of Germa- A..
ny, and has resided in Haiti-for -"
the past year and a half.Heisans
Associate of the Oso Blanco es-a,:;: ;.i
blishment. _' ..'-* .
S The newlyweds will set -.up .;i:i
. housekeeping at Ruelle Vieux, af-. '.
Ster a two-weeks honeymoon in '.
Kenscoff. : 5,
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service cars and a helicopter soar-
ed overhead. Policemen were rid-
ing four in a car with machine-
guns in hand.
Many of the gardeners and oth-
er cemetery workmen were belie-
ved to be policemen In disguise.
All 'was quiet in' Havana bat
there were rumors that many po-
litical opponents of President Ful
gencio Batista were being detain
ed for questioning.
There were reports that these
included former police and army
officers. They are expected to be
released shortly.


Early Thursday, Cuba's secret-
ary of State, Gonzalo Guell, an.
swered the Haitian protest that
their embassy was violated Mon-
day by uniformed police. ,
Guell apologized and expressed
Cuba's deepest sympathy over the
,tragic, event' at' the Haitian em-
bassy*.
No results were reported Thurs
day in the search for the two
gunmen who killed Cuba's mili-
tary intelligence chief, Antonio
Blanco Rico, last Sunday.


There is one interesting theory
I Batista and other top govern- that Cuba's trying moment and
ment spokesmen maintained that the troubles of at least two other
the shooting of Gen. Salas at the countries stem from one source.
Haitian Embassy was planned and This is a group of revolutionn-
that police were attacked and aries in foreign lands said to be
forced to enter the embassy and eiiaded by the exiled Cuban rebel
kill 10 rebels 'inside. FIdel Castro.


1957 CHEVVIES HAVE ARRIVED


HAITI SUN


Chevrolet's 1957 models went [wfheelbases remain at 115. And ignition and clutches are among
on display at SHASA's showrooms the appearance of extra length is the engine and power traln items
longer, lower, more powerful and added by low lines and flared on which Chevrolet engineers
with more variety in style and rear fencers. claim 1957 improvements.
color than ever before. A choice of five basic engines The Turboglide automatic trans
. J ib offered in the 1957 models mission, featuring a single for-
I Among. innovations offered this .a straight six at 140 horsepower ward driving position, consists of
year by the nation's biggest-sell- and four V:8s ranging in power three turbines and two planetary
Sing. motvr maker are the first U. rating from 162 horses to a high gearsets combined with a variable
',S. fuel injection system for a pas- of 283 in the Corvette V-B. pitch stitor and the conventional
singer car optional at extra Displacement of the six-cylind- torque convertor pump.
cost and a new type torque er engine and the lowest-cost V- A total of 460 model-color corn-
converter automatic transmission 8s remains at 235 and 265 cubic binations are offered a third
said to eliminate any trace of inches, respectively, but wider more than in 1956, and there are;
.gear jerk. bore on the bigger V-8s gives an 16 solid and 15 two-tone color
S. over-square engine measured at choices. Windsshields are bigger
i Overall length f the cars is in- 283- inches, and instruments are concentrated
creased to 200 inches, elfthough Exhaust manifolds, distributors, under a dash panel hood.



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Sunday, November 4th 195 J


gKL gon


Shortly after the assassination
of the dictator president of Mica
aragua, Anastasio Somoza, Castr *.
then in Mexico sent out I
leaflet entitled, *No..13.
He made reference to previousi
leaflets- in which the names of Ba
tista and the Dominican dictator -, A
Rafacl TrtUilo, were listed a:
leaders who have to go.
Some observers said the tiossi-
bility exists thit this band of ex-
iled .relbels formed a plan to kil
all three."
, Upder this. theory, it is said,
the assassins have not been abk
to get to Batista and Trujilllo sc
they have slain their top aides.
Two'of Batista's right-hand men
have died this week. The chief of
military intelligence of the Do-
minican Republio was reported
slain in a gun fight there Wedn.
esday.

By Georges Southworrh Miam~i E
Herald Staff Writer.


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'2014-05-01T19:50:08-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:56-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile12'
c5972ea21ebbe8659404c4666ef392e2
5624860ff1b14d684b0d30f314dd0da5aa913ffb
'2014-05-01T19:51:54-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:52-04:00'
virus check
'75049' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile120' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
8fb358e3907ccb5367da040b4729b1bf
9f9ab0dcb328cbfee373ccfaf72213f72a611f34
'2014-05-01T19:51:48-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:47-04:00'
virus check
'15584' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile121' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
a9f57aa0b11cc8e2559c381f89449f14
ff566aa12e487c8d797cc73d1bd4fe2d4b197557
'2014-05-01T19:51:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'16033' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile122' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
3364abd140bacfab4d6acf013a260693
6ec651a42afc6341083771c8c55fabaef7648b4c
'2014-05-01T19:51:02-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:27-04:00'
virus check
'15120' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile123' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
c255e58d6f69eb1f082f1bf1af2f3bae
f9e37da580df4b8282d53d84f314bf6d189b7b14
'2014-05-01T19:49:44-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:11-04:00'
virus check
'17260' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile124' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
b2038ca93a43372d283222bc27b2c897
e56dd74433be6cf9089abb53ba051519706b384f
'2014-05-01T19:49:51-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:23-04:00'
virus check
'15082' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile125' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
71f0cbef07f9f340b6d995b559ca045b
941af9a94f6aadf2a9495e47d9499c0b962237da
describe
virus check
'16168' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile126' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
1a77e6a56238c912c85775cfa8349701
8b16d798499a2f9422691396833ef2f3b10ec6fa
describe
'2014-05-01T19:45:42-04:00'
virus check
'18163' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile127' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
e1977a95c3fa340166be2af452884a6d
c0450bc8ceddab623938d00271f36e7623a43245
'2014-05-01T19:49:08-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:45:32-04:00'
virus check
'17278' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile128' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
3b0cb27a3559d3dd9177080eae304e7c
0975dcda9fabdda3b37dd4a852244dd9e0837233
'2014-05-01T19:50:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:08-04:00'
virus check
'15334' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile129' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
86f5dfedcbfcf81f3a83ab609d7d193d
ec46604205394aa662676e69dd173f95a51af20b
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile13' 'sip-files00005.tif'
34f7cc625b71ee6d86ddb7b90edf227e
ac05ff49d0d9a29e26e9ae19b2bb866b17b5ef1c
'2014-05-01T19:50:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:55-04:00'
virus check
'15809' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile130' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
564bcfdd8b92caeede1a10f56ec846fe
68403dc80fd5c024459e1940d7e127d6bd9a021c
'2014-05-01T19:51:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'15767' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile131' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
66dfd39f63417f72c61e4993a9f22c64
077660b7780cfc9e0e396de29a640445675aee43
'2014-05-01T19:51:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'17087' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile132' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
e812c73fb644c3e1cb1f0144e4f6e7bf
793bcc6e211b977b98dbe5f52537a3cbbb2cef54
describe
virus check
'16097' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile133' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
06dc37b2c735046152dd576aba5ebf9c
8c4ca94952f125dfa09a0bc06d4817326416fa2b
'2014-05-01T19:49:04-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:45:23-04:00'
virus check
'18212' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile134' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
5dd30de05153b19f9e8038ab8d8f96d1
8c1dbf62a03417368aa6341e344b21663b25b9c9
describe
'2014-05-01T19:45:58-04:00'
virus check
'16172' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile135' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
e1ee58f8917de79cf6f4d56590318dc6
dd81a01eb449e77083f229545598e6d027950e92
'2014-05-01T19:51:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'15720' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile136' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
43aa0edd7000435d74595927c90583c5
36a81ff9ddbba7a783b2be562468780cfc794ad7
'2014-05-01T19:51:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'15375' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile137' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
b090a669ae6702d6501e925be2291668
6284045dfc42fba1cce27442efc9225eb68f7b08
'2014-05-01T19:50:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:03-04:00'
virus check
'16812' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile138' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
093baa65220f6eb338ec59ae4113ec9c
08ca143e30dbb78d4691f42f3c8b93a935e7b675
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:10-04:00'
virus check
'14724' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile139' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
188e179d7d9860ba3e45703ccb47a945
ba743e7e850667efd512c52410fb409a75bbebda
'2014-05-01T19:49:56-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:33-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile14'
34f7cc625b71ee6d86ddb7b90edf227e
ac05ff49d0d9a29e26e9ae19b2bb866b17b5ef1c
'2014-05-01T19:48:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:45:13-04:00'
virus check
'17832' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile140' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
9b387dbc9d4e79f9a7f04f4bca3af5d5
bdc48250900b81b37e42c07fb098511904200c33
describe
virus check
'278539' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile141' 'sip-files00001.pro'
a457fade7fcbaa1a4188d6465712b084
338de952340ce38f0c578783a336d056b0550590
describe
virus check
'258144' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile142' 'sip-files00002.pro'
0f4236a10bdd9fa1eb2fa516b8e97fbe
cd592d3d64862e1d5d9639b515b9bf49e229e60b
'2014-05-01T19:50:37-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:55-04:00'
virus check
'214039' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile143' 'sip-files00003.pro'
5cdcdfd90f5b121e86f61251fff3cfca
af7eb6d3a78d00d0219581f1b2eeef21ac96500a
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:24-04:00'
virus check
'277642' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile144' 'sip-files00004.pro'
669168b7c49c329d7032623be13b3b15
e150a903da695fcae097c481942d4fa029e944d7
'2014-05-01T19:48:56-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:45:08-04:00'
virus check
'286676' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile145' 'sip-files00005.pro'
dc41d6f9fe9bc6d9537ba2054be947f9
ba9fc2e5237f861e0a1f20647db33d817364c05f
'2014-05-01T19:50:51-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:12-04:00'
virus check
'272479' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile146' 'sip-files00006.pro'
992a450817e7bcefbbe7b56c39d5222f
9f3a68c4b563c1a6e630085fbc10193dec86ca75
describe
virus check
'178752' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile147' 'sip-files00007.pro'
e567d4c00ce02dd0808a612bb61f203a
cbb11c6642ef212ebbce7bd2cc45f8d0c9109aeb
describe
virus check
'192771' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile148' 'sip-files00008.pro'
9cce83497aa8fd197a1dacf0a938ee56
498af07e70e289201bcd3bd3b4a16268ad8da0dd
describe
virus check
'59718' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile149' 'sip-files00009.pro'
0ff7a822bf8247615292d70bbce487cf
3336c268109293fd8630335bd786e04b983521c3
'2014-05-01T19:50:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:26-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile15'
34f7cc625b71ee6d86ddb7b90edf227e
ac05ff49d0d9a29e26e9ae19b2bb866b17b5ef1c
'2014-05-01T19:51:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:55-04:00'
virus check
'59635' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile150' 'sip-files00010.pro'
5b71219aa7e1a99b34f317d6a996c056
deea64995d832a18c0c45086c044e8bed03c1ba5
'2014-05-01T19:50:21-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:25-04:00'
virus check
'86461' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile151' 'sip-files00011.pro'
790a76f6aeb8bb4adf03d6c77e2f0b4a
b267e5bba07f74d970ab52f0dbfe092773d880fe
describe
virus check
'28550' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile152' 'sip-files00012.pro'
ba30c334536660d04ecd040dff1fd000
688cf0e044902e542242dd5b80c38fd249da9b94
describe
virus check
'294221' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile153' 'sip-files00013.pro'
5ce72b90f6ae63506b83bf4c1474b307
baedcb5c2df54c7e181893e99bc9088083076546
describe
virus check
'169932' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile154' 'sip-files00014.pro'
68d5803fe50d3eb575b0667b7c0af294
7f35a8973117383a28c69213ef4e7053c6a24a54
'2014-05-01T19:50:59-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:24-04:00'
virus check
'263393' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile155' 'sip-files00015.pro'
c78799684ee319bb5f7a11f55a78414f
2c72cd71aa3bf679a089ff285727fe04e406dc70
describe
virus check
'269373' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile156' 'sip-files00016.pro'
20e14018482e84df74fb0f228762e319
4153761c4c35c1598ebcd841f987a14e671bd3a0
'2014-05-01T19:49:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'200761' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile157' 'sip-files00017.pro'
a81f7540a8cb6c758114c022ea3323df
c4a302cb283fcf649d300d85e9983e13c627023f
describe
virus check
'164203' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile158' 'sip-files00018.pro'
09dcdfc299698427e03ca4866281b2b5
524b435699406c3aabfdee0589fa06ab08f701e2
'2014-05-01T19:50:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:28-04:00'
virus check
'320842' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile159' 'sip-files00019.pro'
25922cc9957be87701c8a2b4eb3a64b1
ae5dc165385ef3390c8028b3007fcf8ed20f6093
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile16' 'sip-files00006.tif'
92fa2f4a9b0ed86282dc0bd2d3480639
6edb54d361c83a4432d7c07a95a16a92e8d11462
'2014-05-01T19:50:00-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:39-04:00'
virus check
'125811' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile160' 'sip-files00020.pro'
851c8bc801d6fddc419c5f420eae6a36
59dc29fe571b86616dee38b77e8b4757fa3c2737
describe
virus check
'11981' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile161' 'sip-files00001.txt'
a80c0d868846ef6b2d25d17d53e09f74
c71ebe1ff50cda22d70fb337d6d8a7f727db2137
'2014-05-01T19:49:57-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'12462' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile162' 'sip-files00002.txt'
9267605e77b15e7c10c96db8e6c7a855
4b37535cd795bc80dcd31ec3740f5e7fc673697c
'2014-05-01T19:49:16-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T19:45:49-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10277' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile163' 'sip-files00003.txt'
8560dd51c1e7dfac4becbe37f250c68f
782d00de73314b8c83f7b3dd58571cc9b5481f26
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11584' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile164' 'sip-files00004.txt'
cb86dc27700b33b67089847b2da16a74
2cf69e905401f6d747432a01f1c59cf9e74eb928
'2014-05-01T19:49:27-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'13078' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile165' 'sip-files00005.txt'
9ab70ad9a458d1e44d041ee1f862a2f5
ef55bd33bd207251f2ac1d67f548f1ea97eeb8d3
'2014-05-01T19:49:02-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10781' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile166' 'sip-files00006.txt'
14a244505e4a78f569d4eeaf41e4ca6d
2f14cb294a66fa1210d3f9e4e13e600160aa78dc
'2014-05-01T19:48:58-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T19:45:14-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8257' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile167' 'sip-files00007.txt'
b3f41dcc8755d6515af30cd3a7112e8b
ceac4cc798a06b7b521b6bd144213ffa6b153d5f
'2014-05-01T19:51:38-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T19:48:42-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10613' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile168' 'sip-files00008.txt'
a208913d58644c03961ca4786f84de49
0347608eb422c6b422a3a1257193c83bb864cc10
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2422' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile169' 'sip-files00009.txt'
6db5025f70fd61e6ff33572b5b94b51e
5f6c8c70eacfef6e06175626364cac1cd90cb851
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile17'
92fa2f4a9b0ed86282dc0bd2d3480639
6edb54d361c83a4432d7c07a95a16a92e8d11462
'2014-05-01T19:49:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2956' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile170' 'sip-files00010.txt'
7de6ee35ee7d03c109abf43a6cf8bebd
09465c1a111fa2980ad69f1d5815d3b29e1b43e9
'2014-05-01T19:49:13-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3772' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile171' 'sip-files00011.txt'
4d4f74cd0c4db232cd0dc4675ab01683
b0591aabed74a8288bcd13c44715c7665d2d0b1d
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T19:45:07-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1659' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile172' 'sip-files00012.txt'
423e49dfc3e33bb68b6218340cdc2126
c792362b9842350702390e32ec21e3f61c92ed75
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'13410' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile173' 'sip-files00013.txt'
9ea29809631e35a9945149a4dff3705a
af973c75b6079a36f664502f5401b79a8775633c
'2014-05-01T19:51:43-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7228' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile174' 'sip-files00014.txt'
6a84dd8f6050147af74bb7710bc911ef
1c9184472b19029de220c4d91ada047df528f1a7
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T19:45:33-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11411' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile175' 'sip-files00015.txt'
a94d026dbbfe731b09eaba5fb70407d3
d7ecadb27d00d365cbb6a4fac8ccc111f1c40700
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11664' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile176' 'sip-files00016.txt'
096bf9c2b8297631ec939d751cfb43f2
7f8d9ad09cc264f10320d07e9c9b6819a44e3461
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8702' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile177' 'sip-files00017.txt'
ba85316186d6b46bf0d8abb7e29beb6a
93f60880f0d67df196fc5e3a9fd02ce47dbe99d7
'2014-05-01T19:51:41-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7585' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile178' 'sip-files00018.txt'
9e93d131b61d4eba4dc5f4e13fd479cb
60fffabf96619d1c54da5b51b23cdffb13523e08
'2014-05-01T19:50:52-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T19:48:13-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'14327' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile179' 'sip-files00019.txt'
11ecb69e895a78564bf3056a3eb98475
ad5a86e29f212369a6c5a9d6b9c160efec5eb495
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile18'
92fa2f4a9b0ed86282dc0bd2d3480639
6edb54d361c83a4432d7c07a95a16a92e8d11462
'2014-05-01T19:51:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'5467' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile180' 'sip-files00020.txt'
9a1892e8fadc9bf030c454a34f1e46ed
c697a7d9cf785e31fc46a87ffdb0d3404ca9580f
describe
virus check
'32708' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile181' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00391.mets'
545564ee476299d2a86959136036d11c
b1295b23cc4458c2fa075ddc4a2f08fbab5480d9
describe
virus check
'2014-06-18T13:58:34-04:00'
xml resolution
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile19' 'sip-files00007.tif'
678be828360227d0f31b18df21f12eb7
e290c0c23835ee9a5565582491e9349832d33b35
'2014-05-01T19:49:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile2'
d36ce2b5714f641aa95399e9fb2504ff
ddd5355c846a3aa782dc7d909bf1970322b4414a
'2014-05-01T19:49:47-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:13-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile20'
678be828360227d0f31b18df21f12eb7
e290c0c23835ee9a5565582491e9349832d33b35
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile21'
678be828360227d0f31b18df21f12eb7
e290c0c23835ee9a5565582491e9349832d33b35
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile22' 'sip-files00008.tif'
96f30eff1f946f0f6a6b2b696633506e
1aa72c87b38d0046ba5c61da8fcdf5632a26635d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile23'
96f30eff1f946f0f6a6b2b696633506e
1aa72c87b38d0046ba5c61da8fcdf5632a26635d
'2014-05-01T19:50:19-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:22-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile24'
96f30eff1f946f0f6a6b2b696633506e
1aa72c87b38d0046ba5c61da8fcdf5632a26635d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile25' 'sip-files00009.tif'
3b255b42a827064c0dc4701a6fd062fc
0a1ee832def5b3085998bd27b45dd07dc4f8f6ca
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile26'
3b255b42a827064c0dc4701a6fd062fc
0a1ee832def5b3085998bd27b45dd07dc4f8f6ca
'2014-05-01T19:50:25-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:33-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile27'
3b255b42a827064c0dc4701a6fd062fc
0a1ee832def5b3085998bd27b45dd07dc4f8f6ca
'2014-05-01T19:50:27-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:36-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile28' 'sip-files00010.tif'
31fc95cb1ea230b71adc5873d361575c
8af2749950c749910b9a2b2d2a16d3aac6b6d74b
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile29'
31fc95cb1ea230b71adc5873d361575c
8af2749950c749910b9a2b2d2a16d3aac6b6d74b
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile3'
d36ce2b5714f641aa95399e9fb2504ff
ddd5355c846a3aa782dc7d909bf1970322b4414a
'2014-05-01T19:49:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:04-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile30'
31fc95cb1ea230b71adc5873d361575c
8af2749950c749910b9a2b2d2a16d3aac6b6d74b
'2014-05-01T19:49:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile31' 'sip-files00011.tif'
11b1878459f85b026839afc113978c56
68fcbb3a604993c3224c7c15119d3f1c5ffe3546
'2014-05-01T19:50:35-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile32'
11b1878459f85b026839afc113978c56
68fcbb3a604993c3224c7c15119d3f1c5ffe3546
'2014-05-01T19:50:16-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:11-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile33'
11b1878459f85b026839afc113978c56
68fcbb3a604993c3224c7c15119d3f1c5ffe3546
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:32-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile34' 'sip-files00012.tif'
5dc1ae208e496e690aac93dccb67e7a5
eccc44771520aa2b4384259fcb7da9703368d046
'2014-05-01T19:51:26-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:35-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile35'
5dc1ae208e496e690aac93dccb67e7a5
eccc44771520aa2b4384259fcb7da9703368d046
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile36'
5dc1ae208e496e690aac93dccb67e7a5
eccc44771520aa2b4384259fcb7da9703368d046
'2014-05-01T19:49:49-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:20-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile37' 'sip-files00013.tif'
1418ffd5a26cd80bc9b39faafb3fb526
bb6486472d8d046d679f2ecbeaff2315ae6e9873
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:58-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile38'
1418ffd5a26cd80bc9b39faafb3fb526
bb6486472d8d046d679f2ecbeaff2315ae6e9873
'2014-05-01T19:49:59-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:36-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile39'
1418ffd5a26cd80bc9b39faafb3fb526
bb6486472d8d046d679f2ecbeaff2315ae6e9873
'2014-05-01T19:49:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:45:46-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile4' 'sip-files00002.tif'
5f166b803a07cbc84a6f88277faf2ae6
8c87bdc8fe073b4a1767ef8a227dd594707b9de9
'2014-05-01T19:50:31-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:45-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile40' 'sip-files00014.tif'
87748935c48eb5d957c57f761d3e9ce7
0ffcb07586d45b9cff7b97317734c5e02c29cd0a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile41'
87748935c48eb5d957c57f761d3e9ce7
0ffcb07586d45b9cff7b97317734c5e02c29cd0a
'2014-05-01T19:50:03-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:47-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile42'
87748935c48eb5d957c57f761d3e9ce7
0ffcb07586d45b9cff7b97317734c5e02c29cd0a
'2014-05-01T19:50:02-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:44-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile43' 'sip-files00015.tif'
73aa3fb1d13ba8e3c7bfadb6daee593c
1d251b92f2b5119fa0a6e86486502561eaf94ed8
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile44'
73aa3fb1d13ba8e3c7bfadb6daee593c
1d251b92f2b5119fa0a6e86486502561eaf94ed8
'2014-05-01T19:50:12-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:04-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile45'
73aa3fb1d13ba8e3c7bfadb6daee593c
1d251b92f2b5119fa0a6e86486502561eaf94ed8
'2014-05-01T19:50:56-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:18-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile46' 'sip-files00016.tif'
6709fa05ea5070cba67933d7ae32a383
7608f13bb795601512679966ba4ac20dd6592b2c
'2014-05-01T19:50:06-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:52-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile47'
6709fa05ea5070cba67933d7ae32a383
7608f13bb795601512679966ba4ac20dd6592b2c
'2014-05-01T19:51:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile48'
6709fa05ea5070cba67933d7ae32a383
7608f13bb795601512679966ba4ac20dd6592b2c
'2014-05-01T19:50:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile49' 'sip-files00017.tif'
4cbe286d07fd0d44247ba66d6162521a
4613486f3b33c8bd03d06f737badf52f0e1f53d5
'2014-05-01T19:50:48-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:07-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile5'
5f166b803a07cbc84a6f88277faf2ae6
8c87bdc8fe073b4a1767ef8a227dd594707b9de9
'2014-05-01T19:50:40-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:00-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile50'
4cbe286d07fd0d44247ba66d6162521a
4613486f3b33c8bd03d06f737badf52f0e1f53d5
'2014-05-01T19:49:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:06-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile51'
4cbe286d07fd0d44247ba66d6162521a
4613486f3b33c8bd03d06f737badf52f0e1f53d5
'2014-05-01T19:49:18-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:45:53-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile52' 'sip-files00018.tif'
714be50bed0a455a2380c247b67aff5a
60edcd9e4d75de5a4315f2f5725cc9b98d3414de
'2014-05-01T19:50:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile53'
714be50bed0a455a2380c247b67aff5a
60edcd9e4d75de5a4315f2f5725cc9b98d3414de
'2014-05-01T19:50:29-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:40-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile54'
714be50bed0a455a2380c247b67aff5a
60edcd9e4d75de5a4315f2f5725cc9b98d3414de
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile55' 'sip-files00019.tif'
8df53ad048a214c70b013c59fc2adcf5
0875f160bd6f6ac0d6072ee1bd8dbe8ad20f130c
'2014-05-01T19:49:10-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:45:37-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile56'
8df53ad048a214c70b013c59fc2adcf5
0875f160bd6f6ac0d6072ee1bd8dbe8ad20f130c
'2014-05-01T19:50:33-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:47-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile57'
8df53ad048a214c70b013c59fc2adcf5
0875f160bd6f6ac0d6072ee1bd8dbe8ad20f130c
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile58' 'sip-files00020.tif'
0bc8d0665d9526829c6a2c3aa2723ae3
ab0cbd4eb98f1f6e4fbf4506b165589efe63d266
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile59'
0bc8d0665d9526829c6a2c3aa2723ae3
ab0cbd4eb98f1f6e4fbf4506b165589efe63d266
'2014-05-01T19:50:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile6'
5f166b803a07cbc84a6f88277faf2ae6
8c87bdc8fe073b4a1767ef8a227dd594707b9de9
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile60'
0bc8d0665d9526829c6a2c3aa2723ae3
ab0cbd4eb98f1f6e4fbf4506b165589efe63d266
'2014-05-01T19:51:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2164139' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile61' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
70f66f2df9c2208240a98dd862f8ba83
087c438a14f8067958193ebef323390560a428a8
'2014-05-01T19:50:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2164149' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile62' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
e1c0f385ba7c3c75eaa8da267359245e
9dbe4dd8a155bad30236f3b8ff8a38b18a7fd48c
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile63' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
8aa2fbf231ec8ff403a7f169da4f2a01
ee431e5bb75f18e76eb6b9992a02928230283963
'2014-05-01T19:51:21-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:29-04:00'
virus check
'2164140' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile64' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
54463fa30dd3d9afb9c232f7f05b81e6
130ffd157e229c9b4d6da7348b767e63cb16421b
'2014-05-01T19:51:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile65' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
d40a92078d10f5b9bf4a1a0b49e35a56
0a45978c4dcd97a6332ffc1a8910e0407588041e
'2014-05-01T19:50:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2164128' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile66' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
50281b8b80a47243db61f6030f973d7e
d9312a42ef0e0435062e4b8a328823a4e630cfa7
'2014-05-01T19:49:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2164083' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile67' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
9590e408edf8ecd6011d3dc349b47b02
94e058b81c11800b004197e16e25ca57a6eb0b03
describe
virus check
'2164144' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile68' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
59fef8078829eec46ec7fe4216c16495
05164fc45db71c47726e1c8d83b76e812fcacd48
describe
virus check
'2164138' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile69' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
028a49b4461d69a2407e2d78d450c184
6d03c8067a4ca4e43388e0b226ee0551acc99d66
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile7' 'sip-files00003.tif'
f1547444dc598a3729ef6778172a0e6b
0265a8764579a636a676e7de388de5ece12f8f75
describe
virus check
'2164148' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile70' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
56c953bfaab0dcbb14ffa1c701649635
53bebcd420c2362e388da6c779e0ca408559dfc6
describe
virus check
'2164135' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile71' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
781c68c118aa46507ee383ea8ed4468d
ff3b9065c6ff9123695294f9637579766a0a5536
describe
virus check
'2164123' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile72' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
97a0cfb8a11a52fa84bfe55461deafc9
dc91fa096dc8fe764818841cc0bf47b77eed57b9
describe
'2014-05-01T19:47:37-04:00'
virus check
'2164151' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile73' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
97deb89ef456edf943f0ae74dd4a3b1a
f52a5bcf5d456e77c840cb54f7217974c592462d
describe
virus check
'2164130' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile74' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
ef3aa43351beb9c9fec93db7cae6f0ca
17b223e3a73aa659793c563818e85e4bca407f95
describe
virus check
'2164124' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile75' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
eb219858a12b42991d8f9075859443fc
d1defb339b5d1f5bae8f98692ee1de195ce924f4
'2014-05-01T19:50:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2164152' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile76' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
8102d10a2930c81b01fc6f01ed707a0f
d1812aa798e056c5330d8188b694d7976ecd9c23
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile77' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
81673e1c2a621ef00a199ab0f262da59
d2fb2ee6d438e5a1879d9acebf57689dea496918
describe
virus check
'2164150' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile78' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
a4371dd5f2741693eb5cef8ec07eaf24
9c10b7eb507afb98abd0fb1a33a94676bb079058
describe
virus check
'2164132' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile79' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
53afd6f6ead6562b4a76ac71219dd3a6
888a2ea7e370bd10ac9b01eff057389443e437fa
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile8'
f1547444dc598a3729ef6778172a0e6b
0265a8764579a636a676e7de388de5ece12f8f75
'2014-05-01T19:51:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:44-04:00'
virus check
'2164147' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile80' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
394d352b84bda91a3c50bbeac0f4fb64
525ed5321e44d916a8bfb0f3d0757ca0ab90960f
'2014-05-01T19:49:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'672831' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile81' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
96c55fca2db7d3f4453c8731540d3fdd
c12b50580316b23538fda0c3a67d73e9e66d2e70
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:04-04:00'
virus check
'67946' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile82' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
9c9ddd6ae5a5ca543a14d29959cae538
1d4c6409abbc3eeb4a8bc40b4bc1c4a2cb5ba66c
describe
virus check
'647885' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile83' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
247923d9c8ff8313a37083efab341e23
13e12127d9e7229fc74b64ae45f6e274db2faa4e
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:59-04:00'
virus check
'67990' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile84' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
32b2c31dac98b51a46bea7b51b5f4638
6469da45e784cbc847a57e1a42159d3065b9d16b
describe
virus check
'647980' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile85' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
6f1a4a40ffa78323a15f10151bf88bcd
5c6aeb81785bc3928aa888335eabee70f8bf3109
describe
virus check
'65050' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile86' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
c506ddbc1c7b3f218b1d6581649bf81d
fc2749f217cd25a163b71dd290cea2edb905905c
describe
virus check
'755990' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile87' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
2f6952a2f1589efa6db5b06bf1731c01
983555ccb0b66345a023c8c4b32b6596ee58b77a
describe
virus check
'77002' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile88' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
45c30a2fc0459403d9f6d50f08939de1
b7a4774245227b89f00aca7c4a5b29546962ab1c
describe
virus check
'692232' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile89' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
c1ce53c5ab1dbd3f3b620341611fc2ce
499634df59ba823a8f8d0d198c7881df55dc379c
'2014-05-01T19:50:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile9'
f1547444dc598a3729ef6778172a0e6b
0265a8764579a636a676e7de388de5ece12f8f75
'2014-05-01T19:50:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'68940' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile90' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
2b26ef4e8d569f12bcfe5a0aa9feebc4
965e6cb3609f1f996b68820f77b33fa96d1abc56
describe
virus check
'686810' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile91' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
d4229a0cd0ed27336604e5502e01debb
353175219dc39eb2727b4ceb677305b2a05e37a1
describe
virus check
'69181' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile92' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
839bf63805509c2552b9c77d033d9c59
43498a24b40be047ea552ac7ac7e7d75f9766881
describe
virus check
'719870' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile93' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
6635afd049d4f14335aaea5f61d5255c
5f61c02436f5900cf3c39ebe0a6ee991f290523f
describe
'2014-05-01T19:48:53-04:00'
virus check
'78180' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile94' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
689fd255854b7d861be12a31efccf99c
de478a0229cdf2868529dbac5ebc9ed77ee358bf
describe
virus check
'682673' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile95' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
e2d3f8e23bca16b6b9bcdaa811671dc1
b4eb59be306538c53d96bb89dc2f182d71263081
describe
'2014-05-01T19:46:14-04:00'
virus check
'74148' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile96' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
bef74af3c4a839ff2bf9dd663cc7936b
b7a0dc2f85c39adbc6122a6629f3cea9f63c47c7
describe
virus check
'596873' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile97' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
b8fc863cf1a641b01bb9a1c03fe9e1f9
fcc65687c3ea61441eeb4ac714e22d77a81bd207
describe
virus check
'64413' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile98' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
02950251e797f1816652f13c21ef3fa7
2426cdfd0d69ccb5a970215824adf273fee83117
describe
virus check
'663862' 'info:fdaEH4MYTUT6_TQSFETfile99' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
e3a5e91fa7bfe57b89b0c000c2de1883
3054c943165d0a2ee39367ca7e9cb1431a47f0ea
describe
virus check


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